Myanmar’s military regime took Aung San Suu Kyi out of jail and moved her to an unknown government building

The Myanmar Army took Aung San Suu Kyi out of jail and transferred her to an unknown government building. (REUTERS) (Ann Wang/)

He myanmar army got out of jail Aung San Suu Kyithe civil leader overthrown by a military coup in February 2021, and moved it to a government building, as confirmed this Friday to the news agency EFE sources close to his party.

According to these sources, Suu Kyi was “rehoused” on an unconfirmed date in a building controlled by the military regime whose location is unknown, after being isolated in a prison in the capital, Naypyidaw.

aung Saint suu kyi She was transferred to a high-level complex on Monday night,” said an official from the National League for Democracy (LND) on condition of anonymity.

This week, sources close to the case confirmed to EFE that the board plans to transfer Suu Kyi to a house arrest in Rangoon.

suu kyiwho has only been seen once after the coup and who has sentences that add up to 33 years in jail since then, he has already spent 15 years under house arrest in a residence in Rangoon, until his release in 2012, during the term of office of the previous military meeting (1962-2011).

The current military regime, led by min aung hlainghas not confirmed the possible house arrest of Suu Kyi, news anticipated by the service in Myanmar of the BBC.

Suu Kyi was
Suu Kyi was “rehoused” on an unconfirmed date in a building controlled by the military regime whose location is unknown, (REUTERS) (Jonathan Ernst /)

The coup, which toppled the government headed by Suu Kyi and ended a decade of democratic transitionhas plunged Myanmar into deep political, social and economic crisis and has opened a spiral of violence that has exacerbated the guerrilla warfare the country has lived for decades.

The Army justifies the coup for an alleged fraud during the general elections of November 2020whose result was annulled and in which the National League for Democracy (NLD, for its acronym in English) of Suu Kyi swept, as it did in 2015, with the endorsement of international observers.

The current changes in Suu Kyi’s situation coincide with a visit to naypyidaw of China’s special envoy for Myanmar , Deng Xijunwhen Beijing has increased its influence and mediation in the crisis.

Coinciding with the visit to Myanmar last March of the former Chinese foreign minister, qin gangwho advocated “for a political transition process” during a meeting with Min Aung Hlaing, the board announced a amnesty for 2,153 dissidents.

The board is also expected to announce imminently whether or not to extend the state of emergencyabout to expire after being extended for six months on February 1, two years after the riot, generating uncertainty about whether elections will still be held this year, as planned.

In July, the head of diplomacy of thailand explained that he had met with aung Saint suu kyiin the first known encounter with a foreign envoy since his arrest.

Suu Kyi, who has only been seen once after the coup and has been sentenced to up to 33 years in prison since then, has already spent 15 years under house arrest in a residence in Rangoon.  (AFP)
Suu Kyi, who has only been seen once after the coup and has been sentenced to up to 33 years in prison since then, has already spent 15 years under house arrest in a residence in Rangoon. (AFP) (KILIAN FICHOU /)

A spokesman for the board said the meeting lasted more than an hour, but did not give details about its content.

Since her arrest there have been concerns about the health of the 78-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner.

His popularity in Myanmar remains very high despite the fact that his international image was tarnished by his agreement to share power with the military and his failure to protect the persecuted Rohingya minority.

(With information from EFE and AFP)

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Source-www.infobae.com