"As a sovereign country in a world of sovereign states, the Philippines can not stress strongly enough the primacy of national internal efforts towards democratic reforms, and never by the imposition of foreign solutions whether in regional or multilateral contexts, including through this Council", the Department of Foreign Affairs said in a statement released on Saturday.
"This crisis was born of impunity".
"Long-standing lack of civilian control over the military, its disproportionate influence in the country's political and economic structures, and ongoing failure to genuinely account for crimes committed by the security forces over decades, have combined to compromise Myanmar's democratization and, indeed, its development", al-Nashif said.
The military has said it was forced to step in because Suu Kyi's government failed to properly investigate allegations of fraud in November elections, though the election commission has said there is no evidence to support those claims.
The Department of Commerce is also taking immediate action to limit exports of sensitive goods to the Burmese military and other entities associated with the recent coup, she said.
The 47-member Geneva forum adopted a resolution brought by Britain and the European Union unanimously without a vote, although Russian Federation and China said afterwards that they "disassociated" themselves from the consensus.
Myanmar, speaking as a concerned country at the council, reiterated that in light of the post-election irregularities, the Tatmadaw was compelled to take "State responsibilities in accordance with the State Constitution".
The amended text also removed calls for "full co-operation" and "full and unrestricted access" for independent United Nations rights experts.
Protests in Myanmar entered their second week Saturday with neither demonstrators nor the military government they seek to unseat showing any signs of backing off from confrontations.
Army chief Min Aung Hlaing has warned striking civil servants to return to work and the new regime has set up a hotline to report government employees joining demonstrations. The UN noted some faced criminal charges on "dubious grounds". Most have received no form of due process and have not been permitted legal representation, family visitations or communication.
During a rare special session, the UN Human Rights Council adopted a resolution calling for all persons "arbitrarily detained" following a military coup in Myanmar to be released and the "restoration of the elected government". But their deep mistrust of the military, which has brutally repressed their armed struggles for more autonomy, has made them uneasy allies with her party.
Friday's session came shortly after the Biden administration, which has already imposed sanctions on leaders of the Myanmar coup, revived USA participation in the Human Rights Council, which the Trump administration pulled the country out of in 2018.
In addition, "draconian orders have been issued this week to prevent peaceful assembly and free expression", she said, decrying the "indiscriminate use of lethal or less-than-lethal weapons".
"Let us be clear: the indiscriminate use of lethal or less-than-lethal weapons against peaceful protestors is unacceptable", she said.
United Nations warned that any sanctions imposed over the coup in Myanmar must be "carefully targeted".
'With this resolution we would like to send a strong signal to the people of Myanmar: the protection of their human rights matters to us, ' said Austrian Ambassador Elisabeth Tichy-Fisslberger on behalf of the EU. Leaders of this coup are an appropriate focus of such actions.
"Many people think that China is behind the coup", said Nyo, a kindergarten teacher who participated in a demonstration at the embassy.
Additionally, as the President announced, the USA government has also taken steps to prevent the generals from improperly accessing more than USD1 billion in Burmese government funds held in the United States, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters at her daily news conference.
The U.N. special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, Tom Andrews, called this a moment of great peril for the people of the Southeast Asian country.