Worldwide efforts including sanctions imposed by Western nations on the junta have failed to restore peace.
More than 520 people have been killed since protests broke out following the military takeover. Suu Kyi and Win Myint were arrested hours before the military's Feb 1 coup on several charges their allies say are fabricated.
Protests were also held in Mandalay and elsewhere. The shops are also targets of boycotts by the protest movement. The military has repeatedly said those killed had instigated violence.
The development comes following a warning from the United Nations special envoy of the risk of a bloodbath.
Taken as a whole, the Federal Democracy Charter promises a serious attempt to address the divides and mistrust that has poisoned relations between the ethnic Bamar-dominated central state and military and the third of Myanmar's 54 million people that belong to ethnic minority groups.
In areas controlled by the Karen, more than a dozen civilians have been killed since Saturday and more than 20,000 have been displaced, according to the Free Burma Rangers, a relief agency operating in the area. Do as many guerrilla strikes as you can.
Around 3,000 people fled through the jungle to seek safety across the border in Thailand after the weekend strikes.
The council must consider "potentially significant action" to reverse the course of events as "a bloodbath is imminent", she said. A video presentation of the briefing was obtained by the Associated Press.
Any U.N. resolutions for actions such as a comprehensive ban on weapons sales to Myanmar would nearly certainly be vetoed by China or Russian Federation, which are political allies of the junta as well as major suppliers of arms to the military.
The United Nations special envoy on Myanmar has issued a stark warning that the country is heading for a likely "bloodbath" if the worldwide community doesn't do more to stop violence against anti-junta protesters.
The move was taken by the Committee Representing Pyithu Hluttaw (CRPH), a group of parliamentarians elected at the election in November, which is positioning itself as a nucleus of a sort of internal government-in-exile.
He ended his remarks with a three-finger salute - a gesture originally from the movie series Hunger Games but that has become a symbol of resistance in Myanmar.
The 2008 constitution ensured that the military maintained its dominance by reserving it enough seats in the legislature to block any charter changes and by retaining control of key government ministries.
The UN envoy's warning of a bloodbath follows a flare-up in fighting between the army and ethnic minority insurgents in frontier regions.
Several of the major groups - including the Kachin, the Karen and the Rakhine Arakan Army - have denounced the coup and said they will defend protesters in their territories.
Myanmar's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi appears in good health despite two months of detention, her legal team said Wednesday, as diplomatic pressure on the military junta ramped up.
Suu Kyi and other members of her National League for Democracy (NLD) have been detained since the coup and the junta had earlier accused her of several minor offences including illegally importing six handheld radios and breaching coronavirus protocols. He provided no other details.
Following the release of the Federal Democracy Charter to the public, the CRPH also announced the repeal of 2008 Constitution, saying it was created to prolong military rule and prevent the emergence of a democratic federal union. Her supporters dismiss the accusations as politically motivated and aimed at preventing her return to politics.