The Prime Minister described the move by the army-ruled Burma as politically
motivated to prevent her from taking part in planned elections next year.
“It is further proof that the military regime in Burma is determined to act
with total disregard for accepted standards of the rule of law in defiance
of international opinion,” Brown said in a statement.
He called for the United Nations’ Security Council to impose a worldwide ban
on the sale of arms to the regime.
Suu Kyi was sentenced by a court today for violating an internal security law
after an American swam uninvited to her lakeside home in May and stayed
there for two days, breaching the terms of her house arrest.
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