Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Laureate and People's Leader of Myanmar has been convicted. Suu Kyi has been found guilty of violating the COVID-19 protocol against the army under the Natural Disasters Act and showing dissent against the army, for which a court in military-ruled Myanmar sentenced her to jail on 6 December. sentenced to. Following the court's decision, a senior Myanmar official said on Tuesday that the sentence awarded to Aung San Suu Kyi showed that no one is above the law and that the army chief only tried to kill him on "humanitarian grounds". The punishment has been reduced.
What Information Minister Maung Ohn said
Following the sentence handed down to Suu Kyi, 76, a statement by Information Minister Maung Maung Ohn has emerged. Maung Ohn told a virtual briefing that Myanmar's judicial system was fair and that the Nobel laureate and former leader's sentence on Monday was given in accordance with the law. Let us tell you that Suu Kyi was sentenced to four years in prison for inciting and breaching the corona virus rules, but later military junta leaders using the right of her current position, her two years sentence was commuted. reduced.
Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi accused
Aung San Suu Kyi was taken into custody by the military after the military seized power in a February 1 coup in Myanmar. According to the monitoring group of the Association for Political Prisoners, it has been reported that more than 1,200 people have been killed and more than 10,000 arrested in the crackdown on dissent after the coup when people raised their voice against it. Suu Kyi, a court in military-ruled Myanmar, faces nearly a dozen cases, including violations of COVID-19 protocols and other charges, including corruption, voting rigging and violating the Official Secrets Act.