Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced to four years in prison by the Myanmar Military Administration Court after being convicted of three criminal cases, including the illegal import and possession of transceivers.
Transceiver found With RAID At the government villa of the exiled leader in the capital Naypyidaw during the February coup.
A person familiar with court proceedings told the Financial Times on Monday that he was sentenced to two years in prison for violating import and export laws and another year for violating Myanmar’s telecommunications law.
The ruling will be offered at the same time, according to a person who spoke anonymously because the military government has banned communication between former leader lawyers and reporters.
She was also sentenced to another two years’ imprisonment under Myanmar’s National Disaster Management Act for violating coronavirus rules. That is, a 76-year-old politician will be sentenced to a total of four years in three cases.
Human Rights Watch called the ruling “a court circus of secret proceedings on false accusations” aimed at maintaining her. Indefinitely in jail, And described the conviction against the walkie-talkie as “ridiculous.”
Phil Robertson, Deputy Director of Asia for HRW, said:
Myanmar prohibits those convicted of crimes from taking power.
The administration of Min Aung Hlaing About 12 criminal cases For Aung San Suu Kyi since the coup d’etat on February 1st.Last month she 4 years in prison Instigated opposition to the military and violated the national disaster management law. Min Aung Hlaing halved the ruling in two years.
Aung San Suu Kyi, on the morning of the coup d’etat, President Win Myint Sean Turnell, An Australian scholar who served as her economic advisor.
Nobel laureate who maintained immense popularity in Myanmar and led the party of the National League for Democracy Victory in the second election In 2020, access to lawyers was restricted.
According to the Political Prisoner Support Association, a human rights group, the Min Aung Hlaing administration has killed more than 1,400 people and arrested more than 11,000 since the coup.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, a regional group currently chaired by Cambodian leader Hun Sen, is leading a failed effort to mediate the solution to the political crisis caused by the coup.
Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced to four years in prison for importing walkie-talkie
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