Newshub18 :Myanmar’s military government has ordered the transfer of all legal proceedings against pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi from a courtroom to a prison. The army government gave this instruction without any explanation. A source close to Suu Kyi’s case said on Wednesday. News: ReutersThere are at least 20 criminal cases against Nobel laureate Suu Kyi.
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The 6-year-old leader was ousted early last year. He has been charged with multiple counts of corruption. Army chief Min Aung Hlaing has approved Suu Kyi’s detention in an undisclosed location in the capital, Nay Pyi Taw. Suu Kyi has already been convicted of incitement and other minor offenses. However, he has denied all allegations.
From now on, the trial of Suu Kyi’s case will continue in the jail
The source said on condition of anonymity that the case would be shifted to a new special court at Napidore Prison. The source added, “The judge announced that a new building has been prepared for the court.”
Reuters said it was not possible to immediately contact the ruling military council for comment.
The Suu Kyi Marathon trial has been held in closed court for so long. Only limited information is given in this regard in the state media. Suu Kyi’s lawyer is also barred from speaking out. He can only talk to Suu Kyi during court proceedings.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The country has been in turmoil since the military coup. The army government is struggling to strengthen its power. They face growing resistance from armed groups.
Western nations have demanded Suu Kyi’s release, calling her a farce. But the military says he is being given the legal benefits he deserves through an independent judiciary