Further charges – under Section 505 (b) of the penal code – for “inciting unrest” at the demonstration remain to be heard at a later date.
The plan is likely to raise concern about the prospects for the return of the 480,000 refugees, and compound fears of ethnic cleansing.
“They punched me and hacked my hair off. Then they tied me with a rope and hung a sign around my neck.
Exactly a year ago, Suu Kyi appointed the Commission to investigate and recommend solutions to the inter-religious conflict that has wracked the Arakan region for so long.
“It’s important to work on granting citizenship to the Muslim community, which has been deprived of citizenship for many years,” Grandi told reporters in Bangkok.
The statement comes after one Rohingya Muslim man was killed by a mob in state capital Sittwe on Tuesday.