Since clashes broke out between Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas last year, almost 200 people died and 140,000 were wounded.
Myanmar's army is building up bases and roads in villages formally occupied by Muslim Rohingya, according to Amnesty. The report throws into doubt Myanmar's promise to securely repatriate thousands of Rohingya refugees.
Both men have been accused of inciting violence against the country's Muslim minority. Myanmar's most prominent nationalist monk, Wirathu, was once dubbed the "Buddhist Bin Laden."
Just 374 Rohingya refugees have been cleared by Myanmar authorities to return to their homes from their shelters in Bangladesh. Estimates put the number of the Rohingya who have fled at 700,000.
Myanmar is continuing its ethnic cleansing of Rohingya, a UN envoy said after visiting refugees in Bangladesh. Some 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar since late August to escape violence and persecution.
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