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An anti-coup protester holds up a placard comprising the arrested leader Aung San Suu Kyi in Yangon, Myanmar, in March. Photo: Hkun Lat/Getty Images
Myanmar’s deposed elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other detained officials have been officially charged by the military junta, state media reported Thursday morning local time.
Details: “The Anti-Corruption Commission has inspected corruption cases against ex-state counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. She was found guilty of committing corruption using her rank,” the military said in a statement, per Bloomberg, that notes she could encounter 15 years in prison for the offense.
- The Nobel laureate was facing other criminal cases that her allies say are politically motivated, including”illegal possession of walkie-talkie radios” and breaking the Official Secrets Act, Reuters notes.
The big picture: Suu Kyi has been detained as the army overthrew the elected government and seized power on Feb. 1. )
- Security forces have killed hundreds of activists and arrested tens of thousands of other people following massive protests in the wake of the coup.
Editor’s note: This guide has been updated with new details throughout.