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It was announced that Suu Kyi, who appeared before the judge of the military court in the capital Nepido yesterday, defended herself against charges of “public incitement” and “violation of national disaster laws”.
In a press statement after the hearing, his lawyer Maung Maung said he was able to meet Suu Çi before appearing before the judge and that his client was in good health.
The trial of the charges against Suu Kyi began on June 14.
Detained since February 1, Aung San Suu Kyi is indicted by the courts of Nepido and Yangon for embezzlement, provocative activity, violation of state secrets law, violation of import and export laws , violation of telecommunications law and violation of national disaster laws.
The Nepido court martial plans to end Suu Kyi’s trial by August.
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Suu Kyi faces up to 39 years in prison if all charges against her are confirmed.
MILITARY STROKE IN MYANMAR
The Burmese army seized power on February 1 following allegations of fraud in the legislative elections of November 8, 2020 and political tensions 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 Cii, and declared a state of emergency for a year.
As a result of the armed intervention of the Burmese army against anti-coup protesters and rebel groups, 875 people lost their lives and thousands of protesters were arrested.
As large-scale protests continue across the country, senior government officials in detention continue to be tried by a military court.
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