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BANGKOK—Ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi testified in court for a second time Monday, addressing charges that she violated coronavirus pandemic restrictions during the 2020 election campaign. A person with knowledge of the proceedings said she denied breaking the restrictions when she waved to a campaign convoy for her National League for Democracy party in front of her house in Naypyitaw, the capital. She was questioned both by her lawyers and by prosecutors after giving her account, said the source, who could provide no additional details and spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of angering the authorities by providing the information. All her defense lawyers, who previously had been able to speak with the media, have been barred by a gag order from providing details of the court proceedings. The court sessions are closed to journalists and the public, the prosecutors do not comment on them, and the …