The UN envoy warns that the crisis could put an end to the administration.

Protesters against the military rule marched in Myanmar on Saturday three months after a coup put an end to the democratic transition, several small explosions exacerbating a sense of crisis which a UN envoy said could put a term in the administration of the State.

The military attempted to end dissent and impose its authority on a people largely opposed to the generals’ return to power after 10 years of democratic reforms that included a government led by democracy champion Aung San Suu Kyi.

Despite a relentless crackdown, in which at least 759 protesters were killed, according to the Association for Assistance to Political Prisoners (AAPP), crowds are coming out day after day to reject the junta. “Our cause, democracy, our cause, a federal union. Free the arrested leaders, ”chanted protesters at one of two rallies in the main city of Yangon.

Ms. Suu Kyi, 75, was detained along with many other members of her party. The AAPP says more than 3,400 people have been arrested.

People also gathered in Mandalay Second City and the southern city of Dawei, media reported.

There was no immediate report of violence.

The media reported several small explosions in different locations, including Yangon, late Friday and Saturday.

The UN special envoy for Myanmar told the Security Council on Friday that in the absence of a collective international response to the coup, the violence was escalating and the functioning of the state was in jeopardy. stop, according to diplomats.