Every House Democrat backed it, whereas 14 Republicans voted against it and GOP Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona voted current.
The measure was a suspension invoice, that are sometimes handed through voice vote, however earlier within the week Republicans pressured recorded votes on 5 bipartisan items of laws.
The Republicans who opposed the Myanmar measure embody a number of the most conservative members of Congress — Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, Lauren Boebert of Colorado, Andy Biggs of Arizona, Matt Gaetz of Florida, Thomas Massie of Kentucky, Ken Buck of Colorado, Mary Miller of Illinois, Chip Roy of Texas, Jody Hice of Georgia, Alex Mooney of West Virginia, Scott Perry of Pennsylvania, Andy Harris of Maryland, Ted Budd of North Carolina and Barry Moore of Alabama.
NCS has reached out to every of those Republicans about why they voted against the measure and has not heard again.
Daily protests have been ongoing for a month and a half in cities and cities throughout Myanmar after the military seized management of the Southeast Asian nation in a coup on February 1.
The military justified its takeover by alleging widespread voter fraud in the course of the November 2020 basic election, which gave Suu Kyi’s celebration one other overwhelming victory.
Most lawmakers on Capitol Hill have been outspoken in regards to the military coup and have condemned harsh techniques used to suppress demonstrations.