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Burma, Aung San Suu Kyi is in prison for “illegally imported” radios: it takes a risk for up to two years. G7: “Free the prisoners”

Violating the import and export law, Especially for illegal import of deities Walkie-talkie. This is the accusation leveled by the police against the Burmese prime minister, Aung San Suu KyiAnd the He was sacked after the February 1 military coupFor which the Nobel Peace Prize winner stakes Two years in prison. According to local media reports, portable radios were found during a search of his home and found It is used by his bodyguards.

Aung San Suu Kyi has already been in prison since the general Main Aung Healing He came to power and “ordered a Burmese court.” Remand For a period 14 daysFrom February 1 to 15, “he writes on Facebook K2Spokesman for the National League for Democracy. previous president Myint win Instead, he was charged with a violation Natural Disaster Management ActThe spokesman added.

But internationally, controversy erupted over the allegations opposition China The United Nations resolution that condemnation Military coup in the Asian country. According to what BBCAnd the Security Council failed to agree on a joint statement after that BeijingIt is a permanent member and therefore has vetoI did not support him. Reconstruction did not satisfy the People’s Republic: A spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs commented: “China is at a loss and astonishment at the leakage of an internal document under discussion in the UN Security Council.” Wang Wenpin. He added that claims that China could support Burma’s internal conflicts “do not correspond to reality.”

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“The international community must create a solid external environment for Myanmar In order to properly resolve the disputes, “Wang then indicated in his speech at the daily press conference. The spokesperson reiterated China’s position that” he hopes that all parties in Myanmar can properly manage their differences within the constitutional and legal framework and maintain political and social stability. “

Even the foreign ministers of countries G7In a joint statement, they said they were “extremely concerned” and urged the military to “immediately” end the state of emergency in the country. “We are extremely concerned about the detention of political leaders and civil society activists, including State Councilor Aung San Suu Kyi and President Win Myint, and for Attack on the mediaMinisters said ItalyAnd the FranceAnd the GermanyAnd the United kingdomAnd the United States of AmericaAnd the Canada H Japan. They concluded, “We call on the army to immediately end the state of emergency, restore the authority of the democratically elected government, release all unjustly detained persons, and respect human rights and the rule of law.”

Harold Manning

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