Myanmar’s junta specialists have slapped more debasement allegations on Aung San Suu Kyi, her legal advisor said Tuesday, adding to a varied charge sheet that could see the Nobel laureate imprisoned for over 10 years.

A mass uprising in Myanmar against the tactical’s February overthrow has been met with a fierce crackdown that has killed in excess of 890 regular folks, as per a nearby observing gathering.

Suu Kyi, 76, who is under house capture, is now being investigated for rebellion, illicitly bringing in walkie talkies and mocking Covid limitations during decisions last year her gathering won in an avalanche.

She will confront four additional charges of defilement, her legal advisor Khin Maung Zaw told columnists on Tuesday, adding to those she as of now faces over claims she unlawfully acknowledged $600,000 in real money and around 11 kilos of gold.

Her legitimate group presently can’t seem to see “the main data reports and different records”, he said, adding that the charges would be heard by a court in the second city of Mandalay from July 22.

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Tuesday’s hearing on charges Suu Kyi disregarded Covid limitations was dismissed, as no indictment witnesses appeared, Khin Maung Zaw said.

On Monday an arraignment witness neglected to affirm in the wake of becoming contaminated with the Covid.

Contaminations are spiking in Myanmar, with the State Administration Council – as the tactical junta calls itself – announcing in excess of 5,000 new cases Monday, up from less than 50 every day toward the beginning of May.