(Reuters) – A lawyer On behalf of Myanmar’s deposed leader, Aung San Suu Kyi said her client appeared in good health at a video meeting on Wednesday that only discussed the case against her.
Min Min Soe, who represents Suu Kyi, told Reuters by phone that the detained Nobel Prize winner wanted to meet lawyers in person and did not agree to having to have video discussions in the presence of the police.
Min Min Soe said Suu Kyi “looks healthy, her skin is fine”. Your hearing is scheduled for April 1st.
(Reporting by Reuters Staff; writing by Martin Petty)
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