The next trial of Aung San Suu Kyi, who has been detained by the military and charged with multiple crimes, will be held in Myanmar on the 24th of this month, and will be held face-to-face for the first time instead of the conventional video conferencing format. became.
This will be the first opportunity for Suu Kyi and his lawyers to meet in person since the coup, and may give a closer look at their health and the environment under house arrest.
In February, Aung San Suu Kyi was charged with illegally importing radios after being detained by the army that carried out the coup d'etat, and the trial has been held in the form of video conferencing. ..
Regarding the next trial to be held on the 24th of this month, Shu Qi's defense team told reporters in the capital Naypyidaw on the 10th, "The presiding judge has stated that it will be held face-to-face rather than in a video conference format at the direction of the Supreme Court. Sue Qi has announced that he will go to court to attend the hearing.
Suu Kyi was under house arrest and was previously not allowed to meet directly with the defense team.
The next trial will be the first opportunity for Suu Kyi and his lawyers to meet in person since the coup, and may give a closer look at their health and the environment under house arrest.
However, it is unlikely that the hearing will be made public because a temporary court will be set up near Mr. Suu Kyi's home.