HTUT, Soe JSON

Le général de corps d’armée Soe Htut est membre des forces armées du Myanmar/de la Birmanie (Tatmadaw). Il est également membre du Conseil d’administration de l’État, dirigé par le commandant en chef Min Aung Hlaing. Le 1er février 2021, les forces armées du Myanmar/de la Birmanie (Tatmadaw), dirigées par Min Aung Hlaing, leur commandant en chef, ont perpétré un coup d’État au Myanmar/en Birmanie en rejetant les résultats des élections tenues le 8 novembre 2020 et en renversant le gouvernement démocratiquement élu. Dans le cadre de ce coup d’État, le vice-président Myint Swe, agissant en qualité de président par intérim, a proclamé l’état d’urgence le 1er février 2021 et transféré les pouvoirs législatif, exécutif et judiciaire de l’État au commandant en chef des services de défense, le généralissime Min Aung Hlaing. Le 2 février 2021, le SAC a été institué pour exercer ces pouvoirs, empêchant le gouvernement démocratiquement élu d’accomplir son mandat. Soe Htut a été nommé ministre de l’intérieur le 1er février 2021. Soe Htut a participé à la réunion du Conseil national de défense et de sécurité (NDSC) du 31 janvier 2022, lors de laquelle l’état d’urgence a été prorogé jusqu’au 31 juillet 2022. De par la décision prise en ce sens, et du fait de sa qualité de membre du SAC, ses actions, ses politiques et ses activités portent atteinte à la démocratie et à l’état de droit au Myanmar/en Birmanie. Le ministre de l’intérieur est responsable de la police, du service de sapeurs-pompiers et de l’administration pénitentiaire du Myanmar/de la Birmanie. Les fonctions du ministère de l’intérieur englobent la sûreté de l’État et l’ordre public. En cette qualité, le général de corps d’armée Soe Htut est responsable de graves violations des droits de l’homme commises par la police du Myanmar/de la Birmanie depuis le coup d’État militaire du 1er février 2021, y compris le meurtre de civils et de manifestants non armés, des violations de la liberté d’association et de réunion pacifique, des arrestations et détentions arbitraires de dirigeants de l’opposition et de manifestants pacifiques, ainsi que des violations de la liberté d’expression. En outre, en sa qualité de membre du SAC, le général de corps d’armée Soe Htut a directement participé à la prise de décisions relatives aux fonctions de l’État et en porte la responsabilité et est donc responsable d’avoir porté atteinte à la démocratie et à l’état de droit au Myanmar/en Birmanie. Il est également directement responsable des décisions répressives prises par le SAC, y compris la législation qui viole les droits de l’homme et limite les libertés des citoyens du Myanmar/de la Birmanie, ainsi que des graves violations des droits de l’homme commises par les forces de sécurité du Myanmar/de la Birmanie.

Lieutenant General Soe Htut is a member of the Myanmar Armed Forces (Tatmadaw). He is also member of the State Administrative Council (SAC) led by Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing. On 1 Feb 2021, the Myanmar Armed Forces (Tatmadaw), led by Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing, staged a coup in Myanmar by setting aside the results of the elections held on 8 Nov 2020 and by overthrowing the democratically elected government. As part of the coup, Vice-President Myint Swe, functioning as Acting President, declared a state of emergency on 1 Feb and transferred the legislative, executive and judicial powers of the state to the Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing. On 2 Feb, the SAC was established to exercise those powers, preventing the democratically elected government from fulfilling its mandate. Soe Htut was appointed Minister for Home Affairs on 1 Feb 2021. The Minister for Home Affairs is responsible for the Myanmar Police Force, Fire Service and Prison Service. Functions of the Ministry for Home Affairs encompass State Security and Law and Order. In that capacity, Lieutenant General Soe Htut is responsible for serious human rights violations committed by the Myanmar Police since the military coup of 1st Feb 2021, including killing of civilians and unarmed protesters, violations of freedom of association and peaceful assembly, arbitrary arrests and detention of opposition leaders and peaceful protesters and violations of freedom of expression. Additionally, as a member of the SAC, Lieutenant General Soe Htut has been directly involved in and responsible for decision making concerning state functions and is therefore responsible for undermining democracy and the rule of law in Myanmar/Burma. He is also directly responsible for the repressive decisions taken by the SAC, including legislation that violates human rights and limits freedoms of citizens of Myanmar, and for the serious human rights violations committed by the Myanmar security forces.

Lt-Gen Soe Htut graduated from Intake 64 of the Myanmar military’s Officer Training School. Became a regional commander in 2010.

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ReasonSoe Htut was appointed Minister for Home Affairs, on 1 February 2020. He was Home Affairs Minister during the coup, on 1 February, when Tatmadaw security forces (including the police) were directed to detain MPs and civil society figures. . The Minister for Home Affairs is responsible for the Myanmar Police Force, Fire Service and Prison Service. The police in Myanmar have committed serious human rights violations since 1 February 2021 including killing a civilian protesting against the military coup, preventing and disbanding assemblies, the arbitrary arrest and detention of opposition leaders and opponent of the coup, and preventing freedom of expression by opponents of the coup. The Ministry for Home Affairs has as two of its functions State Security and Law and Order. Directing and managing the police force is directly under Soe Htut’s command as Minister for Home Affairs. As such, we have strong reason to suspect that Lt. General Soe Htut has command responsibility for these violations.[raw]
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Person

[raw]Name
HTUT, Soe

[raw]Nationality
Myanmar (Burma)

[raw]Birth date

[raw]Country
Myanmar (Burma)

[raw]Created at

[raw]First name
Soe

[raw]Gender
male

[raw]Last name
Htut · Soe Htut

[raw]Modified on

[raw]Other name
Soe Htut

[raw]Place of birth
Mandalay

[raw]Position
Général de corps d’armée et membre des forces armées du Myanmar/de la Birmanie (Tatmadaw) · Member of the Myanmar Armed Forces (Tatmadaw), member of the State Administrative Council (SAC) led by Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing. Appointed Minister for Home Affairs on 1 February 2021. · Membre du Conseil d’administration de l’État

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sanctionssearch.ofac.treas.gov

[raw]Title
Lieutenant General

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