It was a “sham trial”, which only “deepens the rejection of the coup”, accused Bachelet. More and more young people join the guerrillas in the jungle and mountains.
Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese leader ousted in a February coup d’état, found herself sentenced to four years in prison for inciting the rebellion and breaking the rules against covid-19 this Monday in a widely considered lawsuit as politically motivated. The generals of the Burmese Armed Forces, or Tatmadaw, who held the pro-democracy leader under house arrest between 1995 and 2010, decided to be magnanimous, cutting the four-year sentence in half. But Suu Kyi still faces more lawsuits brought by the military junta.