Aung San Suu Kyi: Former Myanmar leader sentenced to prison and hard labor

The Nobel laureate and representative of Myanmar’s opposition to decades of military rule has been in custody since a coup early last year and has already been sentenced to more than 17 years in prison. she denies all claims against her.

On Friday, she was found guilty of cheating in the November 2020 general election, when her National League for Democracy (NLD) won an overwhelming majority in the legislature, defeating a political party created by the powerful military. I beat you.

The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media, said it was unclear what the heavy lifting would look like. The same sentence was handed down to Win Myint, a co-defendant and outgoing president, according to sources.

A spokesperson for the ruling military council did not immediately respond to a request for comment.The military government said due process had been given to Suu Kyi.

The military took power in February 2021 and prevented Suu Kyi’s NLD from forming a new government after the elections.

The NLD denied fraud and said it won fair.

Suu Kyi He, who turned 77 in June, has been on trial for more than a year on charges ranging from corruption and sedition to leaking official secrets, and has been sentenced for up to more than 190 years in total.
her trial took place behind closed doors In the capital Naypyidaw, the military government has made limited statements about the proceedings. A dismissal order was imposed on Suu Kyi’s lawyer.


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