In another case, Myanmar’s pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced by a junta court to four years in prison. He was sentenced on Monday in a case filed against him for possessing an illegally imported walkie-talkie.
He was sentenced by a local court to two years in prison for possessing a handheld radio in violation of import-export laws and to one year for possessing a set of signal jammers. He was also sentenced to two more years in prison for violating coronavirus restrictions during the campaign.
Earlier, Suu Kyi was sentenced to two years in prison and a total of four years in prison on charges of inciting the public and violating health rules in Corona.