Myanmar News: A court in military-ruled Myanmar on Monday convicted the country’s ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi on a corruption case. Now he will have to stay in jail for a total of 17 years. These allegations against Suu Kyi were heard behind closed doors. No information was given to the general public and media of the country about the proceedings.
In addition, Suu Kyi’s lawyers were also prohibited from speaking about the proceedings. On Monday, he was sentenced to six years in jail in four different corruption cases. Suu Kyi was accused of renting out public land at prices below market rates. Apart from this, he is accused of using the money taken on social work to build his house.
Six years imprisonment in four corruption cases
On Monday, he was sentenced to six years in jail in four different corruption cases. Suu Kyi was accused of renting out public land at prices below market rates. Apart from this, he is also accused of using the money taken on social work to build his house.
Suu Kyi has denied all the allegations against her. His lawyer can appeal in this matter in the higher court. Suu Kyi has been in jail since the transfer of military power by Myanmar’s military. He has already been sentenced to 11 years in prison by the government run by the army, having convicted him in a case of treason.
… can be convicted in other cases as well
According to political analysts, in the coming days, the army can take action against him and his allies so that it can legalize the forced transfer of power in the country. Chi, who was convicted in this corruption case, and all those who accompanied her as defendants have denied the charges against them. His lawyers have refused to comment on the matter as they are not allowed to comment on the matter.
Suu Kyi party can be dissolved
Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy Party and other members of her government have also been arrested and jailed. It is believed that the army may dissolve his party in the coming days, calling his party illegal.
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