The former Burmese leader has been prosecuted six times. Since his arrest on February 1, the military government has kept him secret.
President of the National Democratic Front (LND) and former Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi were deposed after coming to power1Yes In February, a military government became a target, and on Monday, April 12, a new criminal lawsuit was announced to his lawyer.
“She was prosecuted six times, five in Naypyidaw, and one in Yangon.”Min Min Soe said after a court hearing in the capital Naypyidaw that the 75-year-old former leader appeared on a video conference-she has been secretly detained in a city house since the military coup . “Aung San Suu Kyi is again prosecuted under Article 25 of the Natural Disaster Management Act.”And added his lawyer.
Aung San Suu Kyi was prosecuted for illegally importing walkie-talkies, and was prosecuted for the second time in mid-February for violating the Natural Disaster Management Law. On March 25, the authorities began a new lawsuit, accusing him of violating the law on state secrets. The 1991 Nobel Peace Prize winner was also sued “Inciting public harassment”.
The crisis after the coup also concealed the Buddhist New Year’s water festival. The military regime seems to be promoting this tradition, but the holding of public events is not certain. Opponents of the coup called for a boycott of the celebration organized by the military government. In Nyaung U, Mandalay (central region), activists hung yellow leaflets on the heads of traditional dancers, urging the public not to participate in the water festival.
According to statistics from the Association for Aid for Political Prisoners (AAPP), the suppression of demonstrations has resulted in 701 deaths since 1.Yes February. The military government reported 248 deaths. According to the coup organization, since the coup, about 3,000 people have also been arrested.