Suu Kyi keen to boost security at her home, says lawyer
Yangon (Myanmar), Sep.1 (ANI): Detained Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi plans to repair her dilapidated two-story home to improve security, after an American's high-profile intrusion led to her house arrest being extended.
According to The Telegraph, the 64-year-old Nobel Peace Prize laureate was 'very keen to have her house repaired, mainly for security reasons, her lawyer Nyan Win said.
Suu Kyi wants to reinforce two balconies on the upper floor, which have only glass doors, and meet with an architect to discuss other renovations, said Win. (ANI)
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