Suu Kyi's 4-year Sentence Reduced To 2 years: Myanmar State T.V.

Suu Kyi's 4-year Sentence Reduced To 2 years: Myanmar State T.V.

Andrew H. Sweet
Timeline of Myanmar's Aang Suu Kyi Trial

Earlier Monday, Suu Kyi, 76, and Win Myint, 70, president of the government she led as state counselor until the coup, were sentenced to four years in prison by the military-controlled court in Naypyitaw.

However, state T.V. announced in the evening that top leader Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing, as chairman of the State Administration Council, had "granted two years amnesty each."

It said neither will be sent to prison but can instead serve out their sentences at their current place of detainment.

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