Myanmar court has sentenced Aung San Suu Kyi, ousted leader, to 4 years in prison

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According to AFP, a Myanmar court condemned former civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to four years in prison on Monday.

According to a government spokeswoman, the former Myanmar leader, who was deposed by the military in a coup in February, was sentenced to four years in jail by a court on Monday on the first two of at least 11 accusations levelled against her. According to AFP, Suu Kyi was convicted guilty of inciting disturbance and breaking covid regulations during the election campaign last year.

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