Lawyer for Myanmar’s Suu Kyi worried over representation for secrets case

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(Reuters) – The top lawyer for Myanmar’s deposed leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, voiced concern on Friday that she had no legal representative listed in the case against her brought by the military junta for breaking the Official Secrets Act. Khing Maung Zaw said the Supreme Court had announced cases to be heard on June 23 against Suu Kyi and four others, including her Australian economic adviser, Sean Turnell, but had listed all of them as representing themselves. “We have concerns that they won’t have any legal representatives and there won’t be any transparency with hearing,” Khin Maung Zaw told …

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