Since being moved to solitary confinement in June the formerly healthy State Counselor has developed heart and skin problems and her nutrition is poor, sources say.
Monday marks two months in solitary confinement for Myanmar’s elected leader, known for her stoicism and resilience.
While the State Counselor is known for her personal strength, her advanced age and the conditions she faces in solitary confinement raise fears she will not survive.
Prak Sokhonn asked the junta to exercise ‘compassion’ in the ousted State Counselor’s case, echoing ‘deep concerns expressed by ASEAN colleagues.’
Human Rights Watch says cruelty towards Daw Aung San Suu Kyi only boosts the resistance movement.
The regime’s spokesman confirmed the 77-year-old democracy leader has been moved to a prison from house arrest.