That, the military junta that runs Burma says, is a violation of her house arrest. So she's stuck for another 18 months. If the math is a little confusing, I wouldn't worry about it: my guess is that she's going to be under arrest until the ruling junta is out of power.
The country isn't "Burma," by the way, according to the junta: They like to call it Myanmar, or maybe Myanma.
John Yettaw? He's been detained, too, along with about 2,000 other political prisoners.
The CNN article gives the score, for notable people who are anything but pleased about the situation in Burma. Or Myanmar. Or Myanma.
- "America Abandons Myanmar! (or, Burma's Equal Opportunity Oppressors)"
(June 1, 2008)
- "Burma / Myanmar / Myanma - Between Cyclones and Juntas, We Can't Ignore This"
(May 11, 2008)
- Turns out, we can, more or less.
- "United Nations Refuses Aid to Burma, or Myanmar, or Myanma"
(May 9, 2008)
- "Burma / Myanmar: Small Country, Big Trouble"
(September 30, 2007)
- "Myanmar junta returns Suu Kyi to house arrest"
CNN (August 11, 2009)