The popularly elected leader has been under house arrest since the army took power and is already facing a series of other charges.
Aung San Suu Kyi, who led Myanmar until the army took power in a February coup, will face more corruption offenses a few days before she goes on official trial.
The Global New Light State Of Myanmar has stated the fresh allegations, which come on a string of other loads, followed the Anti-Corruption Commission’s investigation into the Daw Khin Kyi Foundation.
“She was found guilty of corruption with her rank,” the newspaper said. “She was charged under the Anti-Corruption Act section 55.”
The commission accuses Aung San Suu Kyi, 75, of accepting $ 600,000 and gold from the former chief minister of the Yangon region, as well as having misappropriated a number of land and property leases for the foundation. , where she is president.
A number of other officials have also been found guilty of corruption for granting land use permits, the newspaper said.
“The files of the case were opened against them at the respective municipal police stations yesterday (Wednesday),” the newspaper said.
Aung San Suu Kyi and former members of his government were taken into custody by the army on February 1 when Army leader Min Aung Hlaing seized power and stormed a country that was slowly moving towards democracy in a protracted crisis.
The takeover of the generals fueled months of demonstrations and a mass civil disobedience movement, which was welcomed with force. More than 850 people were killed in the crackdown, according to the Association for the Care of Political Prisoners, which monitored the situation.
Aung San Suu Kyi has already been charged with a series of offenses including possession of an unlicensed walkie-talkie, exploitation of coronavirus restrictions and violating the country’s colonial-era Official Secrets Act.
She is should go on trial Monday.