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Instead of holding her in an undisclosed location, the government of Burman will place Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest when she's released from the hospital.
YANGON, Burma -- Burma's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi will be kept under house arrest following her release from a hospital where she underwent surgery, her personal physician said Friday.
Suu Kyi, 58, underwent what was described as a major three-hour operation Sept. 19. Her doctor, Tin Myo Win, has declined to specify the nature of the surgery, but other doctors have said it was a gynecological procedure.
"She will go home today ... at night," Tin Myo Win told diplomats and reporters outside the Asia Royal Cardiac and Medical Center.
The doctor said that while the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize winner would return to her lakeside villa in the Burma capital, she would be kept under house arrest.
Now if they'll just let her go, stop persecuting people, and hold free elections, we might be able to say we're getting somewhere.