Myanmar Army moves Suu Kyi in solitary confinement in Naypyidaw prison

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File photo of Aung San Suu Kyi (AFP)

Myanmar Army moves Suu Kyi in solitary confinement in Naypyidaw prison

On June 23, the AFP news agency reported that A spokesman for the Myanmar military government said on the same day that Aung San Suu Kyi, the head of the civilian government that was seized in a coup d’etat by the military. has been removed from house confinement went to solitary confinement in a prison built by the army in Naypyitaw

“According to the criminal law, Aung San Suu Kyi has been in solitary confinement in a prison since Wednesday,” said junta spokesman Zaw Min Tun.

While the source, who did not want to be identified, said Ms Suu Kyi has been transferred to prison. The worker and her dog who used to be together did not follow along. As far as I know now, Suu Kyi is in good health. The source said security around the prison has also been tightened.

Since the Myanmar military, led by Senior General Min Aung Lai, launched a coup d’état last year to seize power from the elected civilian government of Suu Kyi’s elected government, Suu Kyi was detained at an undisclosed home in Naypyidaw. There were also houseworkers and Suu Kyi’s dog.

Phil Robertson, Asia’s deputy director of Human Rights Watch, said: The Myanmar junta is increasingly moving towards punishing Suu Kyi. They were clearly trying to intimidate her and her supporters.

On Tuesday (21 Jun) in the past The source revealed that Suu Kyi’s next trial will be held in Naypyidaw prison. Ms Suu Kyi’s lawyers were also barred from speaking to the media and reporters were also barred from attending Suu Kyi’s hearing.

Ms Suu Kyi, 77, has been prosecuted by the Myanmar authorities on a number of allegations ranging from corruption. incitement against the army violation of epidemic control rules and illegal telecommunications The offense could see Suu Kyi serve more than 150 years in prison. Suu Kyi is now partially sentenced to 11 years in prison.

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