Myanmar's military junta plans to release political activist Aung San Suu Kyi, but the timing is undecided, an official with the country's ministry of information said Friday."The plan to release Suu Kyi is on, but the actual plan on the day of her release is not known yet," said the source.The Nobel Peace laureate's house arrest is due to end on Saturday, but her supporters are left to guess whether the ruling military regime will actually release her.
The leaders of Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy party were meeting Friday to discuss her possible release, said one of her lawyers, Nyan Win.
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Her release would have to be approved by Shwe, Zarni said. As it is, Suu Kyi has been held under house arrest at his discretion, Zarni said.
The political activist has made demands as well.
"She has made it categorically clear that she will not accept conditions; that she will not walk out of the house with conditions," Zarni said.