The lawyer for Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of Myanmar’s ousted civilian government, said her client had not appeared in her last scheduled court since she fell ill on Monday.
According to his legal team, N-year-old Suu Kyi appeared ill and complained of being “asleep” during a meeting before the hearing in the capital, Nay Pyi Taw.
Min Min Soo later told reporters that Suu Kyi was suffering from a “car sickness” because she had not traveled by car for the past few weeks and was taken home to rest.
Monday’s scheduled hearing was to resume his trial on charges of illegally holding unlicensed walkie-talkies. During his campaign for last year’s parliamentary election, he violated the Covid-1 restrictions, violating the Official Secrets Act, inciting public unrest, abusing land for his charity and accepting illegal payments of 600 600,000,000. Face charges. Cash and 11 kilograms of gold.
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Suu Kyi has been in custody since February 1, when her civilian government was overthrown almost three months after her National League for Democracy party won a landslide victory in the election.
The Civil Election Commission has denied the allegations, citing widespread electoral fraud as the reason for the coup.
The coup sparked a crisis in the Southeast Asian country that led to anti-junta protests and clashes between several armed ethnic groups and the ruling junta.
Dua Lashi La, acting president of Myanmar’s “shadow” national government, called for revolts against the junta “in every corner of the country” during a videotape speech posted on social media last week.
(Some of the information in this report comes from Agence France-Presse and Reuters.)