Dialogue with Suu Kyi ‘not impossible’, says Myanmar junta
Suu Kyi has been kept virtually incommunicado by the military and was recently transferred from house arrest to solitary confinement while she faces multiple trials that could see her sentenced to more than 150 years in jail.
Myanmar junta court delays verdict in Suu Kyi corruption trial
Suu Kyi has already been handed a six-year sentence for violating Covid-19 rules and walkie-talkie import regulations – likely excluding the popular leader from elections the junta has said it plans to hold by next year.
Myanmar junta files eleventh corruption charge against Suu Kyi
Police have filed a further corruption charge against Suu Kyi for allegedly receiving US$550,000 as a donation for a charity foundation named after her mother.
One year after Myanmar coup, sanctions and new charges
If convicted of all charges, Nobel laureate Suu Kyi could face sentences tallying more than 100 years in prison.
Myanmar junta hits Suu Kyi with 5 new charges over helicopter purchase
Suu Kyi is facing a raft of criminal and corruption charges and if convicted of all of them could face sentences tallying more than 100 years of prison.
Myanmar junta court postpones Suu Kyi verdict
The judge adjourned the case until Dec 27 without explanation.
Myanmar’s Suu Kyi awaits walkie-talkie verdict
Suu Kyi faces three years in prison if found guilty on charges of illegally importing walkie-talkies and possessing walkie-talkies without a licence.
Myanmar junta chief halves Suu Kyi’s jail term
She and former president Win Myint will serve their sentence under the house arrest they have been kept under in the capital of Naypyidaw.
Myanmar’s Suu Kyi testifies for first time in junta court
She is said to have given her statement in response to charges of incitement related to two February statements criticising the military coup.
Lawyer for Myanmar’s Suu Kyi says issued gag order
He says he has been barred from speaking to media, diplomats, international organisations and foreign governments.
Death toll from Myanmar junta crackdown passes 1,000
Activist group Assistance Association for Political Prisoners says the actual number is likely far higher.
Myanmar junta chief says new elections in 2 years
The announcement would place Myanmar in the military's grip for nearly two and a half years instead of the initial one-year timeline the army announced days after the coup.