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Myanmar court sends Aung San Suu Kyi to 5 years in jail for corruption: Report | World News

Aung San Suu Kyi, the ousted civilian chief of Myanmar and Nobel laureate, was on Wednesday discovered responsible of corruption and sentenced to 5 years in jail, information company AFP reported, citing sources. 

A Myanmar junta court accused the 76-year-old chief of accepting a bribe of $600,000 money and gold bars. 

The case was the primary of 11 corruption fees towards Suu Kyi, every carrying a most sentence of 15 years in jail. Sources quoted by companies declined to be recognized as a result of her trials had been being held behind closed doorways.

(With inputs from companies)

 



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