February 6, the lawyer of Myanmar President Wen Min and State Senior Government Daw Aung San Suu Kyi confirmed to the media that the two were still under “home arrest” and the Myanmar military refused the lawyer’s request to meet with the client.
According to Reuters on the 6th, Kim Maung Zaw, a senior lawyer in Myanmar, told the media in Naypyidaw, the capital of Myanmar that he was appointed as an attorney by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) and said that he tried to meet with Wen Min and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, but was given two by the military.
The person is still investigated for refusing. He said that if the two people appear in court or are sent to prison, he can meet them himself.
“We look forward to a fair trial from the judge, but the outcome is uncertain.
We want the best results, but we should also be prepared for the worst.” “Of course, we want them to be released unconditionally because they are not breaking the law,” Kimmonshao said.
On February 1, Wen Min and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi were detained by the Myanmar military.
The military said that power had been transferred to the commander-in-chief of the National Defense Forces, Min Onlai, and the country imposed a one-year state of emergency.
February 2, Myanmar National League for Democracy spokesman Myoonu posted on social media that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is currently under “house arrest” in her residence and is in good condition and can operate within her residence.
Myanmar held federal parliamentary elections last November, and the National League for Democracy won more than half of the seats in the federal parliament and continued to govern.
Recently, the Myanmar military and the National League for Democracy have been divided over the results of the general election.
Military television reported that the military believed that there was fraud in the general election, asked the Electoral Commission to investigate, and postponed the convening of a new federal parliament, but it was rejected.
The first meeting of the Loksya Jirga (the lower house) of Myanmar’s new Federal Parliament was originally scheduled to be held on February 1 this year.