Security forces ram car into anti-coup protesters
Yangon (Myanmar) – A local Court in Myanmar sentenced the country’s leader and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu to 2 years of imprisonment. She has been declared guilty of inciting and violating Covid-19 restrictions. Since 1st February, the military in Myanmar has seized power after detaining Suu Kyi. She would no more be eligible to contest the elections.
SUU KYI’S SENTENCE REDUCED: STATE MEDIA
Myanmar’s ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s sentence has been reduced from four years to two years after a partial pardon by the head of the military-appointed government pic.twitter.com/NIF8iLaPRy
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On the other hand, three people were killed and several were injured when Myanmar security forces slammed a car into an anti-coup protest. The military also opened fire at the protesters. Two journalists on duty have also been arrested.