Myanmar’s ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi appears to be in good health despite weeks in detention, one of her lawyers says.
Min Min Soe, part of the legal team defending Suu Kyi spoke to her by video link at a police station ahead of a court hearing.
He said during the meeting on Wednesday, only the case against her was discussed.
Min Min Soe said that the detained Nobel laureate wanted to meet lawyers in person and did not agree with having to conduct discussions by video, which were in the presence of police.
Her hearing is scheduled for April 1.
Suu Kyi is under detention since February 1 when military ousted her in a coup on the unsubstantiated allegations of fraud in November 2020 general election. During the protests after coup, at least 514 people have been killed till Tuesday by forces.