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Myanmar Crisis

Suu Kyi's Myanmar legal team struggles to gain client's rights

Trial goes nowhere as officials and police wait for 'reply from superiors'

Aung San Suu Kyi at an ASEAN Summit in Manila, the Philippines, in November 2017. Suu Kyi's lawyers have yet to hold a private meeting with their client.   © Reuters

YANGON/BANGKOK -- Weeks have gone by since the trial of ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi was supposed to have begun, but the process, as well as lawsuits filed by her legal team, remain in a state of limbo, members of the team told Nikkei Asia.

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