The Government of National Unity (NUG), established on April 16 against the military government and known as the “civilian government”, expressed in a written statement that it was concerned about the situation of Suu Kyi and Myint.
“According to information we received from reliable sources, Win Myint and Aun San Suu Kyi were taken to an unknown location,” the statement said. claim has been included.
Suu Çii and Myint, who were arrested on February 1 and placed under house arrest last month, were not allowed to meet their lawyers for security reasons.
Suu Kyi was allowed to meet her lawyers for the first time during her hearing on May 24 and appeared before a judge in the Yangon military courtroom.
Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s former de facto ruler and foreign minister, has been accused in previous hearings of violating the country’s import and export laws, failing to comply with the national law on dealing with disasters and embezzlement, violating state secrets law and accepting bribes.
Former President Myint was also accused of violating measures of the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) at the military court where he was tried.
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MILITARY STROKE IN MYANMAR
The Burmese military took power on February 1, after allegations of fraud were made in the November 8, 2020 elections and political tensions rose in the country. The military arrested many ruling party officials and leaders, in particular the country’s de facto leader and foreign minister Aung San Suu Kyi, and declared a state of emergency for a year.
841 people lost their lives as a result of the intervention of the Burmese army against opponents of the coup. As large-scale protests continue across the country, the trial of senior government officials in detention continues in military courts.