By Helen Regan, CNN

Myanmar’s fallen civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced to an additional four years in prison on Monday, the second round of verdicts against the Nobel Prize winner.

Suu Kyi was convicted of several counts including possession of unlicensed walkie-talkies, a source familiar with the court proceedings told CNN.

Suu Kyi, 76, was Myanmar’s state councilor and the country’s de facto ruler before she was ousted and detained by the military in a coup 11 months ago and struck with nearly a dozen charges totaling combined maximum sentences of over 100 years. .

They include several corruption charges – each of which carries a maximum prison sentence of 15 years – of violating restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic during the 2020 election campaign, incitement, importation and illegal possession of walkie-talkies and violation of the colonial-era Official Secrets Act – which carries a maximum sentence of 14 years in prison.

She has rejected all the allegations and her supporters say the charges against her are political.

Monday’s sentence includes two years in jail for violating Myanmar’s export and import law in possession of walkie-talkies, and one year for violating the communications law. The two sentences will be carried out simultaneously, the source told CNN.

Suu Kyi was also sentenced to two years for breaking the Natural Disaster Management Act, which concerns violating coronavirus rules.

On December 7, a Zabuthiri court in the capital Naypyidaw initially sentenced Suu Kyi to four years in prison after being found guilty of incitement and two years after being convicted of violating Article 25 of the Law on disaster management, sources close to the trial said.

Later that day, the military reduced the sentence from four years to two years. The military has also halved the four-year prison sentence of ousted Myanmar President Win Myint.

Myanmar’s military junta has sought to restrict information about the trials, which have been closed to the public. In October, a gag order was imposed on his legal team that prevented them from speaking with the media.

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