Since the military seized power, the democratically elected leader has been under house arrest and has faced many other charges.
Aung San Suu Kyi had been leading Myanmar until the Myanmar military seized power in a coup in February. A few days before her formal trial, she will face more crimes of corruption.
The state-run Myanmar Global Shin Kong newspaper said that these new allegations were A series of other expenses, Following the investigation of the Daw Khin Kyi Foundation by the Anti-Corruption Commission.
The newspaper stated: “She was convicted of corruption by using her job title.” “So she was charged under Article 55 of the Anti-Corruption Law.”
The committee accused the 75-year-old Aung San Suu Kyi of receiving 600,000 U.S. dollars and gold from the former chief minister of the Yangon region and improper behavior in the lease of some land and property of the foundation she chaired.
The newspaper said that some other officials were also convicted of corruption for issuing land use permits.
The newspaper stated: “Yesterday (Wednesday) a case file was opened against them at their respective township police stations.”
Aung San Suu Kyi and senior members of her government were detained by the military on February 1 because the commander-in-chief of the army, Min Aung Hlaing, seized power and plunged a country that is slowly moving towards democracy into a long-term crisis.
The seizure of power by the generals fueled months of demonstrations and large-scale civil disobedience, but they were hit by force. According to the Political Prisoners Aid Association, which has been monitoring the situation, more than 850 people have been killed in the crackdown.
Aung San Suu Kyi has been charged with a series of crimes, including possession of an unlicensed walkie-talkie, ignoring coronavirus restrictions and violating the country’s colonial-era Official Secrets Act.
She is Will stand trial on Monday.