Burmese authorities officially accused former leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who was deposed on Monday after a military coup, of violating a trade law, a spokesman for her party reported.
A court “ordered her provisional detention for a period of 14 days, from February 1 to 15, accusing her of having violated a law on imports and exports,” Kyi Toe, spokesman for the National League for the Democracy (LND). For his part, former President Win Myint was accused of having violated the law on the management of natural disasters, according to the former leader himself.
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