Suu Kyi convicted for corruption, jailed for total of 33 years

Myanmar's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been sentenced to a further seven years in prison over charges ranging from corruption to flouting covid rules. She had dismissed the charges as absurd and rights groups called the closed door trial a sham. The decision means a total of 33 years of jail time following a series of prosecutions since the military overthrew her elected govt in 2021. FRANCE 24's Solange Mougin reports.