Myanmar’s military government will begin a court hearing on Aung San Suu Kyi

Prosecutors will have until June 28 to file their case in the capital’s Napita court.

Napita. Myanmar’s military government will file a lawsuit against ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday next week. Suu Kyi’s lawyers have confirmed this. Five charges against Suu Kyi are pending.

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Prosecutors will have until June 28 to file their case in the capital’s Napita court. After this, the defense will have to present its side on July 26 on behalf of Soki.

Both Suu Kyi and her loyalist leaders have been accused of spreading information that could cause unrest. Suu Kyi has also been accused of violating natural disaster management laws, such as the Corona virus epidemic, during the 2020 election campaign.

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The army arrested Suu Kyi in a coup against the elected government in February. Opposition to the uprising has been strong, and in recent months it has turned into an armed uprising. Suu Kyi’s supporters have accused the leader of being politically motivated.

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