From house arrest to solitary confinement; Aung San Suu Kyi was transferred to a secret prison

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Former Myanmar Prime Minister Aung San Suu Kyi has reportedly been transferred from house arrest to a high – security military-made solitary confinement prison in the capital, Nairobi. The military has decided to keep the information, including where the needle is, a top secret. The army is moving to hold Suu Kyi’s trial in a secret prison. So Min Tun said in a statement that it had decided not to bring Suu Kyi out for trial. (Myanmars Aung Suu Kyi Moved To Solitary Confinement)

Suu Kyi’s government lost power in a military coup in February last year. Aung San Suu Kyi was subsequently sentenced to six years in prison on charges including anti-military activities, violating Kovid standards and violating telecommunications laws. Sookie, 76, spent time in solitary confinement with her maids and her pet dog.

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Suu Kyi was released from house arrest only when the cases against her reached junta court. Suu Kyi faces up to 150 years in prison. A Myanmar court last April ruled in favor of the first of 11 corruption cases against Suu Kyi. The maximum sentence in each case is 15 years.

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