Originally scheduled to appear in court on Monday (15th) morning by video, Aung San Shuzhi, leader of the indigenous elected government of Myanmar, was postponed for nine days to March 24 because of a network failure in the country.
Reuters reported that Aung San Suk Chi’s lawyer, Chin Maung Tso, said that due to Internet problems, the Myanmar Military Court was unable to hold a virtual hearing for Aung San Suk Chi on Monday. The trial has been postponed to March 24. Chin Maung Tso said that the military court only allowed two junior lawyers to represent Weng San Shuzhi to appear in court.
According to reports, Aung San Suk-chi’s complaints include illegal import of walkie-talkies, violating the telecommunications law, and inciting riots. The latest complaint is to accept an illegal payment of 600,000 U.S. dollars and over 11 kilograms. , Gold worth approximately US$680,000.