Aung San Suu Kyi was considered the ambassador of democracy and human rights in the world.
She has spent 15 years in a house detention protesting against the military ruler of Myanmar to protect democracy and human rights.
Suu Kyi was awarded Nobel Peace Prize In 1991.
Suu Kyi became a part of the country’s power when Myanmar began to walk the path of democracy through the election of 2015.
When Suu Kyi toured Western Europe in the 2016, she was welcomed as a daughter of democracy.
But she has completely changed the way he shares power with the army.
Suu Kyi has been fully Supporter of the atrocities committed against the Rohingya Muslim minority by Myanmar’s military rulers year after year.
Killing, raped women and set fire to their homes in Two brutal ethnic cleansing campaign by Myanmar army between 2016 to 2017.
About 1 million Rohingya have left their homes and taken refuge in Bangladesh as a result of torture.
But Suu Kyi did not protest against it, rather, She took the stand for the army.
And for her support to army Suu Kyi has been condemned around the world.
Myanmar is under trial in the International Court of Justice-ICJ by the case filed of Gambia.
Suu Kyi is fighting there for his innocence.
The world says Myanmar committed genocide, and Suu Kyi says no massacre has occurred.
Within three decades, he has turned from the icon of democracy to accused of genocide.