- The Nobel laureate - who had not been seen in public since the coup - sounded "healthy and fully confident" during the 30-minute meeting, her lawyer Min Min Soe said
- "She wishes her people to stay healthy as well as affirmed the NLD will exist as long as people exist because it was founded for people," she added.
- Suu Kyi had faced weeks of delays to her legal case, and her lawyers had struggled to gain access to their client. The next hearing was set for June 7.
- A group of ousted lawmakers - many of them previously part of the NLD - have formed a shadow "National Unity Government" in an attempt to undermine the junta.
- The military has declared the group would be classified as "terrorists."
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