Jerusalem was supposed to end all military exports to Myanmar, after allegations emerged that weaponry was being sold to the army.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson decried the new criminal charge, saying it was "fabricated" by the military.
At least three people were hurt by rubber bullets in the capital Naypyitaw, a doctor said.
The civil disobedience movement, led by hospital workers, has resulted in a plunge in coronavirus tests, official testing figures showed.
On Saturday, tens of thousands took to the streets in the first mass protests since the coup.
Doctors around the country will refuse to work starting on Wednesday, in a show of defiance against the return of military dictatorship.
Suu Kyi, the spitting image of the idolized Aung San and an eloquent public speaker, became the leader of the new movement, quoting her father’s dream to "build up a free Burma".