Aung San Suu Kyi back in Junta court over sedition charges


Aung San Suu, Kyi, the deposed Myanmar leader, made an appearance in the junta court today on trial for sedition and broke the Covid-19 restriction during her election. In February, a mass uprising in Mayanmar erupted, which was dealt with a brutal crackdown resulting in the death of 870 civilians.
Aung San Suu Kyi is under house arrest and has only appeared for a court appearance. Aung San Suu Kyi has been hit with many charges, including accepting illegal payment in gold. On Tuesday, testimony in court was heard wherein it was stated that she had violated covid-19 restrictions during the elections last year. The special court that has also been organized heard various testimonies on separate sedition charges.
The other charges against her are that she has violated colonial-era secrecy law and took illegal payments of gold. Sunn Kyi’s lawyers have a belief that they expect that the trial will end by July 26th.


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