» 01/19/2007, 00.00
For military junta Aung San Suu Kyi is evading taxes
National media made the accusation yesterday. In their view, her relatives have invested her money aboard. Ms Suu Kyi spent 11 of the past 17 years in prison or under house arrest.
Police enters Aung San Suu Kyi’s residence as fears for her security mount
More police are deployed around the compound where Myanmar’s opposition leader lives under house arrest. Authorities detained a US citizen yesterday after he was caught swimming away from the lakeshore house. US Embassy says it knows nothing about the incident. Opposition spokesman says he is concerned about Ms Suu Kyi’s security.
Burmese junta: Aung San Suu Kyi can vote
NLD leader may be allowed to express her right to vote in upcoming elections, but she can not leave her house. His party, however, can not compete in the farcical elections.
Burmese military junta arrests another leader connected to Aung San Suu Kyi
An activist denounces the attempt to "destroy all those who are politically active" before the elections in 2010. Thousands of arrests ordered by the dictatorship against political opponents.
Aung San Suu Kyi denies she wants a partial lifting of sanctions against junta
The lawyer of the Nobel Prize winner corrects what US Senator Jim Webb said yesterday. Ms Suu Kyi is not responsible for the sanctions against the military regime and so cannot lift them. She appeals instead for dialogue “inside the country.”
24/03/2009 MYANMAR - UNITED NATIONS
UN committee: detention of Aung San Suu Kyi is "illegal"
The house arrest of the pro-democracy leader "violates international law but also national domestic laws of Myanmar." The law on the protection of the state provides for a maximum of five years of detention. The Nobel prize winner has spent 13 of the past 19 years confined to her home.
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