[1보] Myanmar military government sentenced to 4 years in prison for second trial over shame

Aung San Suu Kyi, State Advisor to Myanmar (file photo) 2019.1.28

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Myanmar’s military regime in a coup d’état sentenced state adviser Aung San Suu Kyi to prison for the second time on the 10th.

Citing a source in Reuters, Reuters reported that a military government court sentenced him to four years in prison after acquitting him on charges of illegally importing and possessing a radio for the sentencing hearing on the same day.

Previously, in early December of last year, Suu Kyi was sentenced to two years in prison after being found guilty of sedition and violating quarantine measures against the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19).

After a coup d’état on February 1 last year, claiming that the general election in November 2020, which ended in a landslide victory for the civilian government, was a fraudulent election, the military put shame torture under house arrest and charged with 10 crimes one after another.


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