Myanmar junta brings charges against former deputy governor

Military regime accuses Bo Bo Nge of corruption, 15 months after he was first arrested

Yangon, Myanmar

Myanmar’s government is charging Bo Bo Nge, former deputy governor of the central bank, with corruption offences.

The government-run media Global New Light of Myanmar carried a story detailing the state’s allegations against Bo Bo Nge in its May 11 issue.

Bo Bo Nge was arrested on February 1 of last year, as the army mounted a coup against the elected president and government led by the National League for Democracy. At the same time, the military government removed the leadership of the

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