(Reuters) – Myanmar’s ruling army authorities have transferred deposed civilian chief Aung San Suu Kyi to jail from the undisclosed location she has been held at since final yr’s military coup, information shops together with the BBC reported on Thursday.
The BBC’s Burmese-language service cited sources as saying the Nobel laureate, 77, was now being held in a separate constructing contained in the jail.
She has been charged with a minimum of 20 prison offences since she was toppled in a army coup in February 2021, together with a number of counts of corruption.
Reuters couldn’t attain Suu Kyi or her representatives for remark. Her attorneys have been barred from talking about her instances. A spokesperson for the junta didn’t reply to requests for remark.
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