Mon Chief Minister’s trial postponed over absence of witnesses

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Mawlamyine, September (28)

The Mon State Chief Minister’s electoral trial was postponed because witnesses didn’t show up in court, the sources familiar with the case told Than Lwin Times.

At this trial, it was planned to recall U Thin Kyaw and his team from the Mawlamyine Election Commission as witnesses.

The trial was rescheduled until October 11 due to the absence of the witnesses.

Chief Minister Dr. Aye Zan appeared at the trial in good health, according to those close to the court.

Mon State Chief Minister, Dr. Aye Zan has been charged by the military council with two cases under Article 171 (f) of the Penal Code for alleged abuse of power in the 2020 general election.

For this case, the trial was held at the special court in the Kyaikmaraw Central Prison, where Dr. Aye Zan was detained.

Chief Minister Dr. Ayezan has pleaded not guilty in an electoral case sued by the junta.

Mon Chief Minister Dr. Aye Zan was sentenced to 25 years in prison: 21 years for nine counts of corruption, two years under section 505 (a) and another two years under section 130 (a).

News – Than Lwin Times

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