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November 8, 2015

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Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy has secured an absolute majority in the combined houses of parliament which guarantees her party has the numbers to secure her choice of the next president.

Thein Sein to talk with Suu Kyi after electoral process
President Thei Sein responded the request made by NLD’s chairperson Aung San Suu Kyi that he would do mutual coordination and discussion after the electroal process. The reply was posted on the presidential spokesperson, Ye Htut’s Facebook account this afternoon.
The chairperson requested a talk with the president, the military chief and the house speaker for national reconciliation.
The presidential spokesperson posted “for the discussion, the reply has been made to her this morning that mutual coordination would be carried out after the electoral process.”

Suu Kyi requests to meet president, military chief and house speaker
The chairperson for NLD, Aung San Suu Kyi has sent request letters dated November 10 to the President, the Military Chief and the Union Parliament Speaker to meet up.
In the letter, she says, it is very important to fulfill the people’s will through the election in a stable and peaceful manner for the state’s dignity as well as for the sake of the people. The meeting is for national reconciliation. She requested them to meet with her at a convenient time in the next week. The request letter was sent out separately to each person.

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NLD releases announcement
National League for Democracy released an announcement late tonight (Nov 9) requesting people to avoid arranging special events, going on demonstrations and shouting in public, use of loudspeakers annoying the surrounding neighbourhood and speaking ill of rivals for reasons of election winning.

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The 36-hour-long live event that announces polling results at the front of the NLD’s headquarters came to an end at 11 pm.
The NLD has already declared polling results of almost all 10 regions and states. The results for the remaining four regions and states will be announced via its official website.

Photos: Kyi Naing

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Poll results declared at the NLD’s headquarters.

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Today 9pm update result for Region/State Hluttaw, released by UEC Election Result Center in Nay Pyi Taw….Meanwhile, UEC announces that there will be no more updates announcement for today, saying more updates announcement will start again on Wednesday, 11 NOV, 9am.

Unusual Incidents: Security Sub-committee Reports
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Security sub-committee of Police Force sent a report to the Union Election Commission on Tuesday. The report includes the incidents happened inside and outside of polling stations.
They are tearing ballot paper 2 times, voting on behalf of other person 33 times, repeated giving out ballot paper 14 times, change of polling station 1 time, disturbance at the polling station 6 times, Sangha and nun voting 2 times, unlawful voting 2 times, death while voting 3 times, lost of stamp 1 time, lost of ballot paper 1 times, other cases 23 times.
And 88 cases were concerned with polling station. They are encouraging to vote -13 times, death while coming to vote 1 time, incident happens 17 times, filed the law suit 13 cases, solved by the commission 31 cases, complaints to the commission 34 cases, wounded 16 cases, death 6 cases, news reporting 31 cases totaling 119.

Although instructions were given for re-counting of votes by USDP in Poba Thiri Township in Nay Pyi Taw, the Township commission said they will not follow the instruction.
Commission Chairman Tin Aung Kyi said that although instructions were given for re-counting of votes in Poba Thiri Township in Nay Pyi Taw where USDP made a complaint, the commission will not be doing so.

Here’s the update of preliminary result released by UEC Election Result Centre in Nay Pyi Taw as of 9 pm on Tuesday.
In Region/State Hluttaw, National League for Democracy won 4 seats in WaingMaw and Phakant Constituencies in Kachin State, 5 seat at Loikaw, Phruso, and PhaHsaung Constituency-2 in Kayah State, 1 seat in ThanTaunggyi Constituency-1 in Kayin State, 3 seats at Myinmu Constituency-2, Butalin Constituencies in Sagaing Region, 12 seats at ThaNutPin, NyaungLayPin, Kyaukdagar, Taunggoo, Paungte, Letpadan Constituencies in Bago Region, 4 seats at Ngape and MinHla Constituencies in Magwe Region, 3 seats at Kyaikmayaw Constituency-1 and Belin Constituencies in Mon State, 6 seats at Pindaya Constituency-2 and MaBein, MongTon Constituency-2 and MongYaung Constituencies in Shan State, 2 seats at Pyapon Constituencies in Ayeyawady Region, Union Solidarity and Development Party won 1 seat in PhaHsaung Constituency-1 in Kayah State, 1 seat in Myinmu constituency-1 in Sagaing Region, 1 seat at Kyaikmayaw Constituency-2 in Mon State, 4 seat at Pindaya Constituency-1, Mongsat Constituencies and MongTon Constituency-1 in Shan State, Kayin People’s Party won 1 seat in ThanTaunggyi Constituency-2 in Kayin State.
So far, NLD won 78 seats in Pyithu Hluttaw, 29 seats in Amyotha Hluttaw and 182 seats in Region/State Hluttaw. USDP won 5 seats in Pyithu Hluttaw, 2 seats in Amyotha Hluttaw and 19 seats in Region/State Hluttaw. Wa Democratic Party won 1 seat for Pyithu Hluttaw and 2 for Region/State Hluttaw. Kachin State Democracy Party also won 1 seat for Pyithu and won 2 seats in Region/State Hluttaw, Mon National Party won 1 seat in Region/State Hluttaw. Zomi Congress for Democracy won 1 seat in Pyithu Hluttaw and 1 seat in Amyotha Hluttaw. Shan Nationalities League for Democracy won 2 seats in Pyithu Hluttaw and 4 seats in Region/State Hluttaw. Independent Candidate won one seat in Amyotha Hluttaw. Kayin People’s Party won 1 seat in Region/State Hluttaw.

In Rakhine State, Dr. Aye Maung from Rakhine National Party defeated but won majority seats in parliament where NLD won second most votes.
According to news released on November 10 morning of 11:00 am, Dr. Aye Maung from Rakhine National Party defeated but won majority seats in parliament where NLD won second most votes in Rakhine State.

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Father and son win in the Election in Sittway, Rakhine State
Wai Sein Aung compete representing ANP in Amyothar Hluttaw Constituency No-2 and Kyaw Zaw Oo as a independent.
They are the very first candidates in Myanmar emerged from a household list and live in Ye New Su ward, Sittway, Rakhine State.
Kyaw Zaw Oo, previously served as ANP central executives committee member.
Wai Sein Aung is the father and Kyaw Zaw Oo is son.

NLD won 78 seats out of 88 seats announced by UEC in Lower House
According to the election results announced by UEC at 12 noon today, NLD won 29 seats out of 34 seats in Lower House. The UEC said NLD won 78 seats out of 88 seats in Lower House.

Election News Updated : 12:10 PM
Poll results in Myingyan Tonwship, Mandalay Region.
Pyithu Hluttaw Constituency (Lower House )
U Paw Khin (NLD)- 113,644 votes
U Aung Zan (USDP)- 28,315 votes
Amyotha Hluttaw Constituency(Upper House)
U Aung Myo Latt (NLD)- 166,278 votes
U Zaw Myint Pe (USDP)- 43,278 votes
Regional Parliament Constituency No.1
U Chan Myae (NLD)- 56,587 votes
U Kyaw Hsan (USDP)- 14,465 votes
Regional Parliament Constituency No.2
U Khin Maung Aye (NLD)- 58,696 votes
Daw Aye Aye Min (USDP)- 14,796 votes

NLD wins in Myitkyina Township, Kachin State, according to the Form (19) result announced by UEC
Pyithu Hluttaw Constituency (Lower House)
NLD- 48,968 votes
USDP- 26,812 votes
Amyotha Hluttaw Constituency (Upper House)
NLD- 49,882 votes
USDP-18,882 votes
State Parliament Constituency No.1
NLD- 25,463 votes
USDP-8,354 votes
State Parliament Constituency No.2
NLD- 20,805 votes
USDP-18,879 votes

South Okkalapa Township Form (19) result
Pyithu Hluttaw Constituency
Dr. Saw Naing (NLD) -63657 votes
U Aung Thein Lin (USDP) – 11249 votes
Amyothar Hluttaw Constituency
Dr. Myat Nyana Soe (NLD) -67108 votes
Malikha U Hla Chit (USDP) -9763 votes
Regional Parliament Constituency (1)
Daw Thit Thit Myint (NLD) -30546 votes
U AUng Kyaw Moe (USDP) – 5065 votes
U Wiin Naing Tun (Myanmar National Congress Party) -881 votes
Regional Parliament Constituency (2)
U Moe Myint (NLD) -32292 votes
U Myo Min Aung (USDP) – 5526 votes
Karen National Parliament Constituency
U Saw Say Wah (Karen People’s Party) – 49 votes
U Saw Albert (USDP) -31 votes
Daw Pan Thinzar Myo (NLD) – 395 votes
U Aung Myaing (Karen National Party) – 32 votes
Rakhine National Parliament
Daw Khin Saw Wai (NLD) – 645 votes
U Zaw Aye Maung (Rakhine National Party) – 1523 votes
U Maung Maung Kyaw (USDP) – 71 votes

UEC today noon announces winning candidates for Lower House (Pyithu Hluttaw) in States and Regions
For Lower House
In Kayah State
1. Demawso Constituency
U Pawl Hsai (NLD)
2. Shadaw Constituency
Daw Wint War Htun (NLD)
In Chin State
Tiddim Constituency
U Kyint Shin Htan (Zome League for Democracy )
In Bago Region
1. Thayawady Constituency
U Aung Myint (NLD)
In Magway Region
1. Magway Constituency
U Myint Oo (NLD)
2. Taungdwingyi Constituency
U Min Thein (NLD)
3. Myothit Constituency
U Tha Aung (NLD)
4. Natmauk Constituency
U Aung Tin Lin (NLD)
5. Minbu Constituency
U Win Win (NLD)
6. Pwintphyu Constituency
U Tun Tun (NLD)
7. Kanma Constituency
U Sein Han (NLD)
8. Hsin Paungwe Constituency
U Nay Htet Win (NLD)
9. Aunglan Constituency
U Aung Htoo Myint (NLD)
10. Seikphyu Constituency
U Aung Theik (NLD)
11. Saw Constituency
U Kyaw Tin (NLD)
In Mandalay Region
1. Patheingyi Constituency
U Thaung Htay Lin (NLD)
In Mon State
1. Mawlamyaing Constituency
U Naing Thaung Nyunt (NLD)
2. Chaunghson Constituency
Daw Khin Htay Kywe (NLD)
In Yangon Region
1. Mingalar Taungnyunt Constituency
Daw Phyu Phyu Thin (NLD)
2. Co Co Island Constituency
Thura U Thet Swe (USDP)
In Shan State
1. Kalaw Constituency
Daw Pyon Kathi Naing (NLD)
2. Ywangan Constituency
U Aung Soe Min (NLD)
3. Laihka Constituency
U Sai Mone (SNLD)
4. Linkhae Constituency
U Sai Ba Thein (SNLD)
5. Naungcho Constituency
U Tun Aung @ U Tun Tun Hein (NLD)
6. Laukkai Constituency
U Lu Tae Hon @ Aung Shwe (USDP)
In Ayeyawady Region
1. Kangyidaunk Constituency
U Shwe Hla Kyaing (NLD)
2. Thabaung Constituency
U Thein Tun (NLD)
3. Kyonpyaw Constituency
U Soe Aung Naing (NLD)
4. Yakyi Constituency
Dr. San Shwe Win (NLD)
5. Myanaung Constituency
U Khin Maung Latt (NLD)
6. Maubin Constituency
U Sein Win (NLD)
7. Kyaiklatt Constituency
U Yan Lin (NLD)
8. Dedaye Constituency
Dr. Daw Khin Nyo (NLD)

NLD wins in Demawso
According to the final results issued at the Township UEC office in Demawso Township, Loikaw District, Kayah State, NLD won in all three seats parliament.
In Demawso Township, there are 61 polling booths and 49,247 eligible voters.
Pyithu Hluttaw Constituency (Lower House)
NLD- 19,631 votes
USDP- 6,523 votes
Amyotha Hluttaw Constituency No.3 (Upper House)
NLD- 8,162 votes
USDP- 3,917 votes
Amyotha Hluttaw Constituency No.4 (Upper House)
NLD- 10,030 votes
USDP- 3,320 votes
State Parliament Constituency No.1
NLD- 8,461 votes
USDP-3,996 votes
State Parliament Constituency No.2
NLD- 9,292 votes
USDP-2,540 votes

News Update:
NLD has won 7 out of 8 seats for lower house in Nay Pyi Taw, according to its headquarters.

News Update: 11 PM
UEC announces winning candidates for Regional/State Parliaments
Bago Region
1) Shwetaung (1)
U Nyunt Wai (NLD)
2) Shwetaung (2)
U Ohn Thwin (NLD)
Mandalay Region
1) Amarapura (1)
Dr Zaw Myint Maung (NLD)
2) Amarapura (2)
U Myint Swe (NLD)
3) Madaya (1)
U Maung Maung Aye (NLD)
4) Madaya (2)
U Min Min (NLD)
5) Singu (1)
U Aung Than Tun (NLD)
6) Singu (2)
Dr Kyaw Naing Oo (NLD)
7) Kyaukse (1)
U Ye Min Tun (NLD)
8) Kyaukse (2)
U Aung Kyi (NLD)
9) Meiktila (1)
U Aung Kyaw Moe (USDP)
10) Meiktila (2)
U Soe Than (USDP)
11) Mahlaing (1)
U Chit Min Thein (NLD)
12) Mahlaing (2)
Daw Thida Nyein (NLD)
Yangon Region
1) Mingaladon (1)
U Tun Tun Win (NLD)
2) Mingaladon (2)
Daw Thadar Moe (NLD)
3) Thonegwa (1)
U Ne Win (NLD)
4) Thonegwa (2)
U Myo Swe (NLD)
5) Dala (1)
U Shwe Yin (aka) U Tun Yin (NLD)
6) Dala (2)
U Htwe Tin (aka) U Mya Thein (NLD)
7) Kyauktada (1)
Daw Kyi Pyar (NLD)
8) Kyauktada (2)
Daw Mya Hla San (NLD)
9) Kyimyindaing (1)
U Kyaw Nanda Aung (NLD)
10) Kyimyindaing (2)
U Khin Win (NLD)
11) Hlaing (1)
U Kyaw Kyaw Tun (NLD)
12) Hlaing (2)
Daw Khine Mar Htay (NLD)
Shan State
1) Hongpang (1)
U Khun Tun Lu (aka) U Dee Ke (Wa Democratic Party)
2) Hongpang (2)
U Yan Kyaw (Wa Democratic Party)

News Update: 11 PM
UEC announces winning candidates for Lower House
Kachin State
1) Injangyang
U Lamar Naw Aung (Kachin State Democracy Party)
Kayah State
1) Bawlekhe
U Aye Maung (USDP)
2) Maisal
U Than Lin Lin (NLD)
Tanintharyi Region
1) Longlon
Daw Khin Sandi (NLD)
2) Thayetchaung
U Aung Soe (NLD)
Magway Region
1) Yaynanchaung
U Thar Cho (aka) U Tin Kyaing (NLD)
2) Salin
U Kan Oo (NLD)
3) Thayet
U Kan Myint (NLD)
4) Mindon
Daw Khin Than Nu (NLD)
Mandalay Region
1) Mahar Aungmyay
U Nyein Thit (aka) U Thaung Tun (NLD)
2) Pyigyi Tagon
U Kyaw Soe Lin (NLD)
3) Tadaoo
Daw Soe Nwe Aye (NLD)
4) Kyaukpadaung
U Shwe Ko (NLD)
5) Wondwin
U Khin Maung Soe (NLD)
Mon State
1) Thanbyuzayet
U Nyan Hein (NLD)
2) Mudon
U Saw Tun (NLD)
Yangon Region
1) Htandapin
U Nay Myo Tun (NLD)
2) North Okkalapa
Dr Than Win (NLD)
3) Botahtaung
Daw Myint Myint Soe (aka) May Soe (NLD)
4) Kunchangon
U Soe Thura Tun (NLD)
5) Sanchaung
U Bo Bo Oo (NLD)
6) Bahan
U Tun Myint (NLD)
Ayeyawaddy Region
1) Zalun
U Aung Min (NLD)
2) Laymyatnar
U Zaw Min Thein (NLD)
3) Kyanhkin
U Tun Lin Maw (NLD)
4) Ingapu
U Aye Win (NLD)

NLD has secured a landslide win in Wetlet Township where vice-chair of the USDP Thura U Aye Myint competed.

Polling results in Taninthayi region (10:46 pm)
NLD has secured 8 of ten seats for lower house and nine of 12 seats for upper house. Votes in the remaining constituencies are being counted, according to the NLD’s headquarters.

Polling results in Kamayut Township.
Lower House
U Kyaw Min (NLD)-29418 votes
Upper House
Dr Aung Thu (NLD)-29779 votes
Region Parliament-1
U Tin Win (NLD)-18640 votes
Region Parliament-2
U Lin Naing Myint (NLD)-10448 votes
Kayin ethnic seat
Daw Naw Pan Thinzar Myo (NLD)-514 votes
Rakhine ethnic seat
Daw Khin Saw Wai (NLD)-322 votes

Polling results released by Myingyan Township election sub-commission
Region Parliament-1
NLD-56587 votes
USDP-14465 votes
NPP-1402 votes
DPNS-554 votes
NUP-850 votes
Region Parliament-2
NLD-58696 votes
USDP-14796 votes
NPP-1434 votes
DPNS-770 votes
NUP-1090 votes
NLD wins in four townships of Thaton District
Thaton District Sub-Election Commission announced that NLD is the victor in Kyaikto, Bilin, Thaton and Paung townships of Thaton District.
Lower House
Dr Khin Saung – NLD (Kyaikto)
U Tin Ko Ko Oo – NLD (Bilin)
Daw Mar Mar Khine – NLD (Thaton)
Daw Mi Kun Chan – NLD (Paung)
Upper House
U Hla Myint – NLD (Kyaikto)
Daw Thiri Yadana – NLD (Bilin)
Dr Zaw Lin Htut – NLD (Thaton)
U Soe Thiha – NLD (Paung)
State Parliament (1)
U Wunna Kyaw – NLD (Kyaikto)
Dr Khin Naing Oo – NLD (Bilin)
Daw Khine Khine Lei – NLD (Thaton)
U Tun Min Aung – NLD (Paung)
State Parliament (2)
Dr Aye Zan – NLD (Kyaikto)
U Min Min Oo – NLD (Bilin)
U Aung Kyaw Thu – NLD (Thaton)
U Zaw Zaw Htoo – NLD (Paung)

Taunggyi Sub-Election Commission accepts objection from political parties against advance votes
Ye Myint Pe, chairman of Taunggyi Sub-Election Commission accepted objection from political parties against more than 7500 advance votes in the township.
He said the votes will be counted and submitted to Union Election Commission using Form-19 without signatures from the parties.
Objection letters from the parties will also be sent to the UEC.

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Election News Update: 9.30 PM
Polling results in Mindat township of Chin State
Upper House
NLD-7950 votes
USDP-5740 votes
Lower House
NLD-8260 votes
USDP-5502 votes
State Parliament-1
NLD-3445 votes
CNDP-2660 votes
State Parliament-2
NLD-3870 votes
USDP-3487 votes

UEC announces winning candidates for lower house.
Bago Region
(1)Shwetaung, Daw Mya Khwar Nyo Oo (NLD)-53589 votes
Mandalay region
(1) Amrapura, U Soe Myint (aka) U Aung Zaw Myint (NLD)—87535 votes
(2) Madaya, U Zaw Min Lwin (NLD)—94369 votes
(3) Singu, Dr Zaw Win Myint (NLD)—54364 votes
(4) Kyaukse, Dr Tin Aung (NLD)—79256 votes
(5) Meiktila, Dr Maung Thin (USDP)—96314 votes
(6) Mahlaing, U Hla Tun Aung (NLD)—41674 votes
Yangon Region
(1) Mingaladon, U Aung Hlaing Win (NLD)—69141 votes
(2) Thonegwa, Daw Su Su Lwin (NLD)—49616 votes
(3) Dala, Dr Sein Mya Aye (NLD)—54144 votes
(4) Kyauktada, U Nay Myo Htet (NLD)—13136 votes
(5) Kyeemyindaing, U Zaw Win (NLD)—38464 votes
(6) Hlaing, U Aung Kyaw Kyaw Oo (NLD)—61674 votes
Shan State
(1) Hopang, U Kyin Wan (Wa Democratic Party)—6039 votes
(2) Mongyan, U Sai Sam (USDP)—2113 votes
Ayeyawaddy Region
(1) Nyaungdon, U Ohn Lwin (NLD)—73777 votes

Election News Update: 9.23 PM
Poll Results in Ayeyawaddy region
NLD has won 26 seats for lower house; 12 seats for upper house and 51 out of 52 seats for region parliament (vote counting in one constituency), according to the NLD (headquarters).

NLD wins all seats in three townships of Gangaw District, sub-election commissions say
Poll results for Gangaw, Tilin and Saw townships of Gangaw District, Magway Region have been announced at around 7pm today and National League for Democracy won all the seats in the townships.

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NLD’s headquarters announces it secured 27 seats out of 28 for Lower House, all 12 seats for Upper House, and 54 seats out of 56 for Regional Parliament in Bago Region.

Election News Update:
Poll results for two townships in Hinthada District to be announced two days after the elections
Hinthada District Election Sub-Commission says poll results for Myanaung and Hinthada will only be announced two days after the elections.

Election News Update: 8:15 PM
NLD secured all seats for parliaments in Aunglan Township, Magway Region. In addition, the NLD’s candidate won Chin ethnic seat, according to the township election sub-commission.

Taunggyi Township Election Sub-Commission announces winning candidates
Lower House
Dr Daw Than Ngwe (NLD) – 65799 votes
Upper House
U Nyan Lin (USDP) – 90592 votes
State Parliament (1)
Khun Ye Htwe (USDP) – 42742 votes
State Parliament (2)
Khun Thura Aung (USDP) – 45555 votes
Bamar Ethnic Affairs Minister
U Tin Maung Toe (NLD) – 32123 votes
Innthar Ethnic Affairs Minister
Dr Tun Hlaing (NLD) – 4934 votes

Election News Update: 8:00 PM
Poll results in Myawaddy district have yet to be announced until 7 pm. In addition, Poll results in Kawkareik and Kyarinseikgyi Townships have not been declared yet.

Election News Update: 7:56 PM
Poll results in Kawthoung Township of Tanintharyi Region
Lower House Parliament
NLD-30987 votes
USDP-11585 votes
Upper House Parliament
NLD-28264
USDP-11501
Region Parliament-1
NLD-13791 votes
USDP-4986 votes
Region Parliament-2
NLD-13187 votes
USDP-7071 votes
Kayin National Races
NLD-147 votes
USDP-86

News Update:

NLD won almost all the seats for upper and lower houses in Ayeyawady Region, says Chairman Sithu of the regional election winning committee for the NLD.

NLD won all parliamentary seats in Phyu Township, Bago region where lower house speaker Thura U Shwe Mann competed.

NLD won 26 of 34 constituencies in Kayah State.
NLD won seats for four parliaments in 169 polling stations in Kawa Township, Bago Region.

NLD has won all 32 out of 32 seats for Myanmar lower house, plus three out of four seats for the regional assemblies.

!! good news UEC confirms that all advance votes that arrived at polling stations after 4 pm on Sunday would be invalid
Upper House Constituency No.8
Yamethin Township
USDP – 74098 votes
NLD – 50707 votes
Pyawbwe Township
USDP – 83973 votes
NLD – 57148 votes

Election News Update:
Upper House Constituency No.8
Yamethin Township
USDP – 74098 votes
NLD – 50707 votes
Pyawbwe Township
USDP – 83973 votes
NLD – 57148 votes

People gather in front of National League for Democracy’s headquarters today evening to check the vote results. NLD’s winning candidates for North Okkalapa, Dagon, Lanmadaw, Kyauktada, Bahan, Thongwa, Kawhmu and Sanchaung townships in Yangon Region have been announced. More people are now arriving there.
UEC secondly announces winning candidates in Yangon Region.
-Regional Parliament
(1) Lanmadaw (2) U Kyaw Tun (NLD)—8485 votes
(2) Kamayut (1) U Tin Win (NLD)—18640 votes
(3) Kamayut (2) U Lin Naing Myint (NLD)—10448 votes
(4) Dagon (1) U Tin Maung Tun (NLD)—4549 votes
(5) Dagon (2) U Kyaw Zeya (NLD)—3912 votes
(6) Insein (1) U Tha Aung (NLD)—53998 votes
(7) Insein (2) U Wai Phyo Han (NLD) – 47675 votes
(8) Yankin (1) Daw Thida (aka) Daw Thida Maung (NLD)—13862 votes
(9) Yankin (2) U Thein Zaw (NLD) – 13183 votes
(10) Thaketa (1) U Naing Ngan Lin (NLD)—43131 votes
(11) Thaketa (2) Daw Thet Htar Nwe Win (NLD)—38321 votes
(12) Dawbon (1) U Han Soe (NLD)—10431 votes
(13) Dawbon (2) U Thant Zin (NLD)—12008 votes
(14) Tamwe (1) U Hla Thein (NLD)—29317 votes
(15) Tamwe (2) U Thein Myint (NLD)—30971 votes
(16) Pazundaung (1) U Khin Maung Win (NLD)—9311 votes
(17) Pazundaung (2) U Tint Lwin (NLD)—9820 votes
(18) Ahlon (1) Daw Yin Yin Myint (NLD)—9298 votes
(19) Ahlon (2) Daw Nwe Nwe Win (NLD)—10700 votes
(20) Lanmadaw (1) Daw Aye Aye Mar (NLD)—8698 votes

Winning candidates initially announced by Union Election Commission
Lower House (Yangon Region)
1) Latha Township
Daw Khin Moe Moe Aung (NLD) – 9905 votes
2) Seikkan Township
U Tin Maung Win (NLD) – 726 votes
3) Insein Township
U Maung Maung Oo (NLD) – 99702 votes
4) Yankin Township
Daw Zin Mar Aung (NLD) – 27392 votes
5) Thaketa Township
Dr Wai Phyo Aung (NLD) – 80523 votes
6) Dawpon Township
U Htay Win Aung (aka) Pyonecho (NLD) – 22769 votes
7) Tamwe Township
U Win Myint (NLD) – 60408 votes
8) Pazundaung Township
U Myint Lwin (NLD) – 19129 votes
9) Ahlone Township
U Ye Lwin (NLD) – 19226 votes
10) Lanmadaw Township
U Khin Maung Win (NLD) – 17177 votes
11) Kamayut Township
U Kyaw Min (NLD) – 29418 votes
12) Dagon Township
Dr Thet Thet Khine (NLD) – 8431 votes
Regional Parliament
1) Latha Township (1)
U Zaw Win Naing (NLD) – 5083 votes
2) Latha Township (2)
U Kyaw Min Han (NLD) – 4670 votes
3) Seikkan Township (1)
U San Kyaw (USDP) – 170 votes
4) Seikkan Township (2)
U Maung Maung Than (NLD) – 548 votes

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Election leaves 48 electoral crimes, UEC chairman says
There have been 48 cases of violation of election law occurred on the November 8 General Election, says Tin Aye, Chairman of Union Election Commission(UEC) today evening at the opening ceremony of Media Center held at the UEC’s office.
Among 48 cases of violation of election law, there were 4 cases of pretended voting, 14 cases of wrong voting cards, 3 cases of without polling booth officer signature, 12 cases of illegally influence on voting and 15 other cases according to UEC chairman Tin Aye.

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Despite these Eight main Voting Frauds ..
(1) Advance votes by soldiers
(2) Voting slips were wrongly given
(3) No signature of voting station master on voting slips
(4) Arriving voting slips sent to wrong places
(5) Disturbing acts by officials or unknown people
(6) Impersonating to vote for others
(7) The name is not in the voters list but allow to vote
(8) The name is in the list but not alow to vote

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News Update: Final results

NLD candidates in Loikaw, Shadaw and Maisal townships Kayah States won in 3 parliament seats.
NLD candidates in Loikaw, Shadaw and Maisal townships in Kayah State won in 3 parliament seats according to Dr. Khin Sithu, chairperson of Kayah State NLD executives.
“I won but I lost my votes in military areas and got only 9 votes. At present, we won. In Loikaw, we won in 3 parliament seats except in Bamar national constituency. We don’t know for sure at Demawso-Pruhso,” said KHin Sithu on November 9 afternoon.
USDP also won 7 places in Kayah State such as the place where military advance votes got in Bawlakhe. There, 4 places like Pyithu Hluttaw, Amyothar Hluttaw No-8 constituency and Regional parliament no-1 and 2 respectively.
In No-9 Bawlakha Amyotha Hluttaw, Union Minister Soe Thein won and all NLD candidates lose there.
U Tin Aye, chairperson of the Union Election Commission officially has announced the final poll results of some townships in Yangon Region. The remaining results will be announced.

Latest voting results in North Okakalpa Township, Yangon Region
Upper House
NLD- 104,781 votes
USDP- 21,895 votes
Lower House
NLD-104,490 votes
USDP- 19,789 votes
Region No.1
NLD- 46,631 votes
USDP- 10,802 votes
Region 2
NLD- 56,484 votes
USDP- 9,534 votes
Nearly 180,000 voters casted the votes announced by NLD in North Oakkalapa Township

Not stating the Form 19 even after counting the votes is against the law
Form 19 – final statistics of vote results from respective townships, which is approved and signed by the candidates and spectators, must be given out after counting the votes from respective constituencies and if not, it is breaking the law.
According to the candidates, Form 19 is given out in some constituencies after counting the votes but not in some right now.
“They don’t give out Form 19. They took it by saying to submit to District and Central. How would they submit that without the candidate’s signature? What happening to us now is like we have already graduated but we don’t get the graduation certificate,” said Naing Gan Kyaw, NLD’s candidate form Mogok.
NLD has got over 40000 votes from more than 80000 voters in Mogok, but Township Election Commission does not give out Form 19, said Naing Gan Kyaw.
In addition to Mogok, not giving out the Form 19 is occurring in most constituencies in other states and regions, and this is breaking the law.

Pale Township, Yinmarbin District, Sagaing Region Voting Result
Upper House
NLD – 55,283
USDP – 29,005
Lower House
NLD – 54,634
USDP – 29,900
No. 1 Constituency of regional parliament
NLD – 30,847
USDP – 14,948
No. 2 Constituency of regional parliament
NLD – 23,561
USDP – 15,393

NLD won all seats in Zalun Constituency
Lower House
Aung Min from NLD – 52,956
Tin Htut from USDP – 35,198
Upper House
Win Htein from NLD 54,840
Ohn Than from USDP 35,144
No. 1 Constituency for Ayeyawady Region
Lin Naing Tun from NLD – 27,300
Hla Khaing from USDP – 16825
No. 2 Constituency for Ayeyawady Region
Khaing Win from NLD – 28,101
Dr. Aung Myat Oo from USDP – 18,491

NLD wins in Nyaungdon Township.
Almost every candidate from NLD wins in Nyaungdon Township. For Lower House Parliament, Ohn Lwin from NLD with 73084 votes wins over Aung Mya Than from USDP with 37920 votes. For Upper House Parliament, Ei Ei Pyone from NLD with 72313 votes beats Yan Win from USDP with 57163 votes. For Regional Parliament Constituency (1), Ni Ni Moe from NLD with 34403 votes wins against Dr. Hla Min from USDP with 19434 votes. For Regional Parliament Constituency (2), Kyaw Hsan from NLD with 42371 votes beats Thet Lin from USDP with 19434 votes.
“We summarized the voting lists and all wins. But the commission does not announce Form 19 till now,” said Aung Myo Win from Nyaungdon NLD.

Final poll results from North Okkalapa Township (2.30 pm)
(Voter turnout-about 180,000)
Upper House parliament
NLD-104781 votes
USDP-21895 votes
Lower House parliament
NLD-104490 votes
USDP-19789 votes
Region Parliament-1
NLD-46631votes
USDP-10802 votes
Region Parliament-2
NLD-56484 votes
USDP-9534 votes

Final poll results from Pazundaung Township (2.30 pm)
(Voter turnout-21560)
Lower House parliament
NLD-19129 votes
USDP-1866 votes
Upper House parliament
NLD-18890 votes
USDP-1823 votes
Region Parliament-1
NLD-9311 votes
USDP-887 votes
Region Parliament-2
NLD-9820 votes
USDP-1221 votes

The NLD’s winning results in Kyauktada Township (12:30 pm)
90% (lower house parliament)
90% (upper house parliament)
80 % (Region parliament-1)
80% (Region parliament-2)

NLD significantly wins in Khin-U Township
In all constituencies of Khin-U Township, Shwe Bo district, Sagaing Region, NLD significantly won all three seats of parliament and ruling USDP lost by less of vote, according to the Township Sub-UEC.

Regarding the final voting result of nine polling stations in Shataw Constituency, NLD’s candidate Aung Kyaw Soe beats Union Minister Aung Min, who competed as an independent candidate. NLD also wins for other three parliaments.
Lower House Parliament
NLD – 1576 votes, USDP – 747 votes
Upper House Parliament
NLD – 1430 votes, USDP – 766 votes
Regional Parliament (1)
NLD – 803 votes, USDP – 232 votes
Regional Parliament (2)
NLD – 713 votes, USDP – 432 votes

NLD wins for all four parliament positions of Mingalardon Township, Yangon Region.
Lower House Parliament
NLD – 69141 votes, USDP – 41771 votes
Upper House Parliament
NLD – 68457 votes, USDP – 41689 votes
Regional Parliament (1)
NLD – 40427 votes, USDP – 20973 votes
Regional Parliament (2)
NLD – 28728 votes, USDP – 18996 votes

Yangon Region, Insein Township Last Voting Result
Lower House
NLD – 99,702
USDP – 24,733
Upper House
NLD – 103,838
USDP – 24,465
No. 1 Constituency for Yangon Region Parliament
NLD – 53,998
USDP – 13,248
No. 2 Constituency for Yangon Region Parliament
NLD – 47,575
USDP – 11,316
Seat for the Rakhine Affairs Minister
NLD – 749
USDP 1,295
Seat for the Kayin Affairs Minister
NLD – 7,794
USDP – 2,605

Polling results in Hlaing Township (12:30 pm)
Lower house (vote counts from 13 polling stations)
NLD-78.89 %
USDP-17.65 %
Upper house (vote counts from 14 polling stations)
NLD-82.28 %
USDP-16.18 %
Region parliament-1 (vote counts from 12 polling stations)
NLD-78.41 %
USDP-18.92 %
NUP-3%

NLD wins in Kyaukgyi Township for all four seats parliament
Lower House
NLD- 17,524 votes
USDP- 15,993 votes
Upper House
NLD- 19,464 votes
USDP- 16,009 votes
Region No.1
NLD-8,310 votes
USDP- 8,222 votes
Region No.2
NLD- 9,807 votes
USDP- 8,166 votes

Voting result of 41 polling stations in Botahtaung Township (1:30 p.m.)
Total voters who came and cast vote – about 25000 (predicted by NLD Electoral Office)
Upper House Parliament
NLD – 15983 votes
Lower House Parliament
NLD – 16898 votes
Regional Parliament
NLD – 16625 votes

Poll results in Dalla Township (1:30 pm)
Lower House parliament
NLD-54294 votes
USDP-18698 votes
Upper House parliament
NLD-54295 votes
USDP-19007 votes
Region Parliament-1
NLD-29396 votes
USDP-7306 votes
Region Parliament-2
NLD-26189 votes
USDP-12160 votes

Regarding the final voting result of nine polling stations in Shataw Constituency, NLD’s candidate Aung Kyaw Soe beats Union Minister Aung Min, who competed as an independent candidate. NLD also wins for other three parliaments.
Lower House Parliament
NLD – 1576 votes, USDP – 747 votes
Upper House Parliament
NLD – 1430 votes, USDP – 766 votes
Regional Parliament (1)
NLD – 803 votes, USDP – 232 votes
Regional Parliament (2)
NLD – 713 votes, USDP – 432 votes

NLD is leading vote counting ahead of USDP
NLD’s candidate Aye Mya Mya Myo is picking up much more votes than USDP’s candidate Ohn Myint in the current vote counting in Kyauktan Township, Yangon Region.
The NLD has secured 1117 votes for Lower House, followed by the USDP with 353 votes in Ashaypaing ward. The NLD has grasped 641 votes for Lower House followed by the USDP with 201 votes in Alelpaing ward; 1824 votes for Lower House, followed by the USDP with 543 votes in Anaukpaing ward; 3697 votes for Lower House, followed by the USDP with 967 votes in Shwekon ward and 1760 votes for Lower House, followed by the USDP with 665 votes in Sanchainghme ward.
According to the figures collected up to 12.40 am, Ohn Myint of USDP is leading the vote counting ahead of Aye Mya Mya Myo of the NLD. The USDP has secured 1126 votes for Lower House, followed by the NLD with 659 votes in Poktaload village; 1106 votes for Lower House, followed by the NLD with 445 in Sittan village; 839 votes for Lower House, followed by the NLD with 72 votes in Sinmakaw village, the native place of Ohn Myint; 308 votes for Lower House, followed by the NLD with 213 votes and 291 votes for Lower House, followed by the NLD with 256 votes in Bawgalut village.

NLD wins for all four parliament positions of Mingalardon Township, Yangon Region.
Lower House Parliament
NLD – 69141 votes, USDP – 41771 votes
Upper House Parliament
NLD – 68457 votes, USDP – 41689 votes
Regional Parliament (1)
NLD – 40427 votes, USDP – 20973 votes
Regional Parliament (2)
NLD – 28728 votes, USDP – 18996 votes

NLD has so far won 170 out of 361 polling stations in Bogale
The NLD has so far secured larger votes in 170 out of 361 polling stations in Bogale Township. The NLD saw losses in only 10 polling stations. The results of the remaining about 50 polling stations will be monitored, according to a source of Min Thaing, who is the candidate of the NLD.

NLD wins in Kyaukgyi Township for all four seats parliament

All NLD’s candidates sweeping gains in Myaungmya
After counting the votes, 160,000 voters out of 205,000 eligible voters casted the votes.
Upper House
NLD ( Dr. Soe Moe Thu)- 80,158 votes
USDP ( U Tint Hsan )- 63,442 votes
The NLD significantly won against ruling USDP with more than 16,730 votes.
The voting results of remaining candidates are still counting. However, the NLD’s candidates won in the three seats of parliament.

Voting result of 41 polling stations in Botahtaung Township (1:30 p.m.)
Total voters who came and cast vote – about 25000 (predicted by NLD Electoral Office)
Upper House Parliament
NLD – 15983 votes
Lower House Parliament
NLD – 16898 votes
Regional Parliament
NLD – 16625 votes

Polling results in Mon State (1.11 pm)
NLD-37 seats in 42 constituencies.
Mon National Party-4 seats
All Mon Region Democracy Party-1 seat

Sangyaung Township results
NLD (Bo Bo Oo) won the election with 36730 votes.

Preliminary figures show the NLD is leading with 44,487 votes while the USDP is following with 8,780 for Lower House in Mingalartaungnyunt Township.

National League for Democracy announces one lower house candidate and two regional parliament candidates who are sure to win the election, on the LED board at its headquarters. They are Nay Myo Htet, the lower house candidate for Kyauktada Township; Zin Min Htwe, the candidate for No 2 Dagon Myothit (Seikkan) Constituency and Sandar Min, the candidate for No 1 Seikkyi Kanaungto Constituency.

The NLD so far announced one township, seven lower house candidates and two regional parliament candidates that are sure to win

USDP Joint Chairman Htay Oo admit failure in election
The USDP Joint Chairman Htay Oo told the journalists that he lost in the election on November 9.
“We lost in almost constituencies in Hinthada District. Some regions and states may win nationwide. We won in some places but the failure percentage is more,” he said.
He told that he accepts the current voting result although it is not the official data yet.
“Currently, it is not yet official. However, we have to accept it. On the contrary, there might be complaint,” Htay Oo said.
He will continue carrying on for the public interests.
“The very first is the election means the public’s decision. The political parties have to do for the public well-beings no matter wins in election or not. We will have to help for the public interests. However, since the public of Hinthada did not elect me, I could not tell for their interest in the parliament. That’s all.”
He said, on November 8, that he would win the election in Hinthada 90 per cent and above and the USDP would not lose in Ayeyawady Region.
The NLD office of Ayeyawady Region announced that the NLD wins 56 constituencies in 18 townships in Ayeyawady Region at 4 AM this morning.

NLD wins 18 seats for Lower House, 16 seats for No. 1 Ayeyawady Region Parliament, 17 seats for No. 2 regional parliament and 5 seats for Upper House.
Lower House constituencies where NLD won are Pathein, Ngapudaw, Kangyidaunk, Yekyi, Maubin, Nyaungdon, Danubyu, Labutta, Hinthada, Lemyethna, Ingapu, Myaungaung, Kyangin, Pyapon, Wakema, Kyonpyaw, Dedaye, and Kyaiklat.

No. 1 regional parliament constituencies are Pathein, Kangyidaunk, Yekyi, Maubin, Nyaungdon, Danubyu, Labutta, Hinthada, Lemyethna, Myanaung, Kyangin, Pyapon, Wakema, Kyonpyaw, Dedaye, and Kyaiklat.
No. 2 regional parliament constituencies are Ngapudaw, Kangyidaunk, Yekyi, Maubin, Nyaungdon, Danubyu, Labutta, Hinthada, Lemyethna, Ingapu, Myaunaung, Kyangin, Pyapon, Wakema, Kyonpyaw, Dedaye and Kyaiklat.
The Upper House seats are No. 1, 3, 5, 8 and 10 constituencies.
According to data received until November 9 morning, the NLD won 100 per cent in Ayeyawady Region for Lower House, Upper House and No. 2 regional parliament.

Yangon Region, Insein Township Last Voting Result
Lower House
NLD – 99,702
USDP – 24,733
Upper House
NLD – 103,838
USDP – 24,465
No. 1 Constituency for Yangon Region Parliament
NLD – 53,998
USDP – 13,248
No. 2 Constituency for Yangon Region Parliament
NLD – 47,575
USDP – 11,316
Seat for the Rakhine Affairs Minister
NLD – 749
USDP 1,295
Seat for the Kayin Affairs Minister
NLD – 7,794
USDP – 2,605

Final results from No 3 Polling Station in Mawchii mining area, Hpasawng Township, Kayah State
Lower House
NLD = 321
USDP = 136
Upper House
NLD = 345
USDP = 122
State Parliament
NLD = 313
USDP = 127

Mingala Taungnyunt Township results
NLD – 36905 votes
USDP – 3458 votes
For lower house
NLD – 44487 votes
USDP – 8780 votes

Stations 1 and 2 from Pahlangon Tract, Nattalin Township
Lower House
NLD = 1,049
USDP = 334
Upper House
NLD = 1,050
USDP = 323
Regional Parliament
NLD = 1,110
USDP = 313

At 51 polling booths in Hinthada Township where USDP co-chairman Htay Oo competed, NLD is having advantage with over 16400 votes. The results are being collected from other polling booths, according to the township NLD election campaign committee

Mingala Taungnyunt Township results
NLD – 36905 votes
USDP – 3458 votes
For lower house
NLD – 44487 votes
USDP – 8780 votes

Southern Ward Polling Station-1 in Buthidaung Township
Lower house
ANP – 555 votes
USDP – 12 votes
Myo National Development Party – 4 votes
Khami National Development Party – 9 votes
Independent candidate – 19 votes
Upper house
ANP – 563 votes
USDP – 120 votes
NLD – 20 votes
Daingnet National Development Party – 55 votes
State Parliament Constituency- 2
ANP – 604 votes
USDP – 134 votes
NLD – 19 votes

Election result situation in Hlaing Township constituency up to 11: 30 PM
Upper House (The figure after calculating 14 polling stations)
NLD= 82.28 percent
USDP= 16.18 percent
Lower House (The figure after calculating 13 polling stations)
NLD= 79.89 percent
USDP= 17.65 percent
Regional Parliament-1 (The figure after calculating 12 polling stations)
NLD= 78.41 percent
USDP= 18.92 percent
Lost votes= 23 percent

Results from 3 polling stations in Kyimyindine as of 11:30pm
Upper House
NLD = 2,125
USDP = 249
Lower House
NLD = 2,030
USDP = 207
Regional Parliament 1
NLD = 2,104
USDP = 274

Kanywa Village Polling Station-1 in Labutta Township
Lower house
NLD – 418 votes
USDP – 258 votes
Kayin People’s Party – 9 votes
NUP – 12 votes
Farmers Development Party – 12 votes
72 invalid votes
Upper house
NLD – 428 votes
USDP – 291 votes
Farmers Development Party – 30 votes
Kayin – 10 votes
NPP- 6 votes
43 invalid votes
Regional parliament
NLD – 455 votes
USDP – 282 votes
Farmers Development Party- 22 votes
Kayin People’s Party – 12 votes
NUP – 11 votes
28 invalid votes
Kayin national parliament
NLD – 257 votes
USDP – 140 votes
Kayin People’s Party – 23 votes
Kayin National Party – 10 votes
16 invalid votes

Election results for Mawlamyine
At No 4 polling station in Kwinyard, Mawlamyine
Lower House
NLD= 685 votes
USDP= 149 votes
Upper House
NLD= 695 votes
USDP= 182 votes
State Parliament -2
NLD= 707 votes
USDP= 164 votes
Ethnic Parliament Constituency (Bama)
NLD= 80 votes
USDP= 79 votes
At No 3 Kwinyard, Mawlamyine
Lower House
NLD= 495 votes
USDP= 174 votes
Upper House Constituency No 2
NLD= 500 votes
USDP= 199 votes
State Parliament Constituency No 2
NLD= 512 votes
USDP= 174 votes
Ethnic Parliament Constituency (Bama)
NLD= 185 votes
USDP= 115 votes

In Magway Region, the NLD is more than 80 per cent ahead and its candidate Kyaw Swanyi beat chief minister Bhone Maw Shwe in Minbu Constiuency.

All candidates from NLD who competed in Seikkyi-Khanaungto Township have won seats in all three parliaments, said Sanda Min, candidate for No. Constituency for regional parliament.
Details will be announced soon. In the lists of those from NLD who are sure to win are Tin Tun Naing and Sanda Min.

Ballot boxes carried to photocopier shop and opened in Lashio constituency
Despite ballot boxes had to be kept to the sub-election commission, they were carried to the photocopier shop in Lashio constituency where Vice-President Dr Sai Mauk Kham was running for and then they were opened.
Ballot boxes were opened at the photocopier shop on the way to the township sub-election commission from Honant village.
“I am waiting for voting counting at the township sub-election commission. At that time, I was asked to follow. Upon arrival there, I saw the ballot boxes already opened. The ballot boxes were carried at about 8 pm. I arrived at about 8.15 pm,” a NLD’s polling representative said.
“They told us that they opened to make photocopying. They did not make sure that the ballot boxes were closed. They did not know what to photocopy. The way they do is not systematic. The commission would make decisions on this matter,” Sai San Min of the SNLD said.
Critics said that a legal action should be taken against as such matter might result in vote riggings in Lashio constituency.

Whayshan Constituency- 1 in Myawady Township
Lower house
NLD – 1200 votes
USDP – 293 votes
Ward-4 Polling Station-4
Upper house
NLD – 701 votes
USDP – 172 votes

Station 1, Ward 5, Kalaw Township Lower House NLD = 327 USDP = 132 Danu Party = 10 FUP = 4 Invalid = 22 Upper House NLD = 303 USDP = 133 Danu Party = 23 SNLD = 5 FUP = 2 Innlay National Development Party = 2 Invalid = 31 State Parliament NLD = 295 USDP = 145 Danu Party = 19 FUP = 2 Invalid = 34 Bamar national constituency NLD = 122 USDP = 73 NUP = 3 Independent = 1 Invalid = 6

Yathedaung Township Constituency-1 in Aungbala Village Lower house ANP – 232 votes USDP – 17 votes Upper house ANP – 133 votes USDP – 17 votes State parliament ANP – 127 votes USDP – 24 votes

Results at Kyauknimaw Polling Station-1 in Yanbye Township Lower house ANP – 105 votes USDP – 86 votes Upper House ANP – 130 votes USDP – 52 votes State parliament ANP – 139 votes USDP – 59 votes

Kyauknimaw Polling Station-2 Lower house ANP – 105 votes USDP – 86 votes Upper house ANP – 300 votes USDP – 68 votes

Results at Ward-3 Polling Station-1 in Kengtung Township Lower house NLD – 487 votes USDP- 128 votes NLD wins in Launglon The NLD won at No 31 polling station in Kamyawkin village, Launglon. The NLD secured 741 votes for Lower House, followed by the USDP with 107 votes, by Dawei national party with 11 votes and by an independent candidate with 7 votes. Forty-one votes were cancelled. The NLD picked up 743 votes for Upper House, followed by the USDP with 120 votes, by Dawei national party with 15 votes and by an independent candidate with 10 votes. Twenty-nine votes were cancelled. The NLD won 747 votes for Regional Parliament, followed by the USDP with 121 votes and by Dawei national party with 10 votes. Twenty-four votes were cancelled.

USDP wins in Kokokyun with larger votes The USDP won in Kokukyun with larger votes, followed by the NLD with 6 votes for Lower House, 5 votes for Upper House and 5 votes for Regional Parliament in advance vote counting. Kokokyun had received 358 advance ballots. About half of all advance votes were found being ticked with ball-pen point. Actually, the advance votes have to be pressed by using seals. Regarding this matter, Win Min, the candidate of the NLD, said “I will demand an immediate cancellation of the advance votes as there may be vote rigging.

Station 1, Kanywar Village, Labutta Regional Parliament NLD = 455 USDP = 282 Farmers Development Party = 22 Karen People’s Party = 12 NUP = 11 Invalid = 28

Ward-5 Polling Station-1 in Zigon,Thayawady District Upper house NLD – 748 votes USDP – 479 votes Democratic Party (Myanmar) – 9 votes Farmers Development Party – 6 votes NUP – 3 votes 10 invalid votes

NLD wins in 37 out of 41 polling stations in Haka, Chin State Results at Bahan Township Polling Station-1

For lower house NLD’s Tun Myint – 610 votes Dr. Nyo Nyo Thin – 65 votes USDP’s Dr. Ye Aung – 63 votes 17 invalid votes Results at Extended 41 Ward Polling Station-6 in North Dagon Township

For upper house NLD – 353 votes USDP – 51 votes For lower house NLD – 348 votes USDP – 54 votes For regional parliament NLD – 352 votes USDP – 54 votes Advance vote results of Zabuthiri Township in Nay Pyi Taw Lower House USDP’s Myat Hein = 122 NLD’s Phyo Zayyar Thaw = 100 NUP’s Kyaw Aye = 12 NDF’s Aung Khaing Moe = 7 Invalid votes = 6 Upper House USDP’s Mhat Gyi = 113 NLD’s Kyaw Myint Oo = 105 NUP’s Myint Oo = 14 NDF’s Zaw Naing Oo = 5 Myo Nyunt (Independent) = 2 Kyaw Win (Independent) = 2 Invalid votes = 6

At Myotha village polling station in Zigon village tract in Shwebo Township Regional Parliament NLD= 359 votes USDP= 21 votes Lower House NLD= 357 votes USDP= 22 votes Upper House NLD= 368 votes USDP= 22 votes

NLD wins in Meohnnauk village polling station, Launglon The NLD won with 226 votes, followed by the USDP with 37 votes, by independent candidate with 4 votes, by Dawei national party with 2 votes for Lower House. Eleven votes were cancelled. The NLD won with 227 votes, followed by the USDP with 38 votes, by Dawei national party with one vote, by the NUP with 2 votes for Upper House. Twelve votes were cancelled. At Regional Parliament, the NLD won with 227 votes, followed by the USDP with 38 votes, by Dawei national party with 2 votes. Thirteen votes were cancelled. NLD wins with larger votes in counting local and foreign advance ballots at Mingalar Taungnyunt sub-election commission office. NLC secured 367 votes, followed by the USDP with 25 votes, by the national progressive party with one vote and by Kaman national development party with one vote. Four advance ballots were cancelled. Results of No 2 polling station in No 4 Yatkwetgyi, PyinOoLwin Lower House NLD = 557 votes Upper House NLD= 543 votes Regional Parliament No 2 NLD= 565 votes SNLD= 1 Lower House USDP= 57 votes Upper House USDP=56 votes Regional Parliament 2 USDP=57 votes SNLD= 2 votes Lower House NUP= 3 votes Upper House NUP= 2 votes Regional Parliament 2 NUP= 4 votes Lower House NPP= 8 votes Upper House Independent candidate Aung Thu=10 votes SNLD= 2 votes Invalid votes= 26

Polling Station 1, No 8 Ward, Shwepyitha Township Lower House NLD = 1,296 USDP = 266 Polling Station 2, No 8 Ward, Shwepyitha Township Lower House NLD = 1,241 USDP = 260

Polling Station 3, No 8 Ward, Shwepyitha Township Lower House NLD = 1,488 USDP = 46

Results at Polling Station-3 in Myaukkon Ward, Gangaw For upper house NLD – 298 votes USDP – 103 votes NUP – 15 votes Independant – 11 votes For lower house NLD – 290 votes USDP – 116 votes NUP – 10 votes UDP – 8 votes Aung Myint – 5 votes

For regional parliament (2) NLD – 307 votes USDP- 105 votes NUP = 10 votes Indepednet – 10 votes

Results at Polling Station-6 in No.1 Aungmyay Ward, Minbu, where Magway Region chief minister Phone Maw Shwe and family voted For lower house NLD – 469 votes USDP – 99 votes NPP – 7 votes Independent candidatte Thaung Soe – 2 votes 26 invalid votes

Results in Pyeinnaw village in Yathedaung Township For lower house ANP – 502 votes NLD – 2 votes USDP – 1 vote APP – none NUP – none

At No 5 polling station in Tawyakyaung, Kalwin village tract in Myeik Lower House NLD= 613 votes USDP= 119 votes NPP= 18 votes NUP=13 votes Upper House NLD= 625 votes USDP= 116 votes Independent candidate= 23 votes NUP= 16 votes Regional Parliament NLD= 640 votes USDP= 129 votes NUP= 23 votes Kayin ethnic parliament candidate NLD= 4 votes USDP= nil KPP= nil

Results of Station 1, Ward 4, Latha Township Upper House NLD = 591 USDP = 58 NDF = 26 Invalid = 4

Results of Station 2, Ward 4, Latha Township Regional Parliament NLD = 514 USDP = 60 NDF = 24 NUP = 7 Invalid = 14

Results up to now in Mogaung Township, Kachin State East Ward Lower house NLD – 226 votes USDP – 177 votes Nanyin Lower house NLD – 639 votes USDP – 269 votes Upper house NLD – 672 votes USDP – 253 votes Pochitgon Lower house NLD – 538 USDP – 100 Middle Ward Lower house NLD – 330 USDP – 260 Kawayan village Lower house NLD – 57 USDP – 33 Upper house NLD – 58 USDP – 32 State parliament NLD – 58 USDP – 30 Taungni Lower house NLD – 753 USDP – 424 Namati-Langwa Lower house NLD – 61 USDP – 31 Labankahtaung Lower house NLD – 40 USDP – 8 Upper house NLD – 43 USDP – 5 State parliament NLD 39 USDP – 10 Pinkha Lower house NLD – 84 USDP – 14 Upper house NLD – 101 USDP – 19 State parliament NLD – 84 USDP – 14 Pinttha village Lower house NLD – 193 USDP = 139 Upper house NLD – 216 USDP – 144 State parliament NLD – 222 USDP – 142

Results of Kyaungditesu Ward, Yamethin Township Lower House NLD = 974 USDP = 527 Upper House NLD = 925 USDP = 525 Regional Parliament USDP = 130 NLD = 78

Station 1, Ward 5, Shwebo Lower House NLD = 695 USDP = 90 Upper House NLD = 718 USDP = 14 Regional Parliament NLD = 679 USDP = 104 Station 1, Ward 12, Yankin Township Upper House NLD = 417 USDP = 120 Lower House NLD = 423 USDP = 117 Regional Parliament NLD = 395 USDP 130

Station 2, Ward 12, Yankin Township Upper House NLD = 384 USDP = 100 Lower House NLD = 397 USDP = 96 Regional Parliament NLD = 371 USDP = 103

Botahtaung Township Constituency-39 Lower house NLD – 462 votes USDP – 20 votes NPP – 5 votes NDF – 10 votes Upper house NLD – 449 votes USDP – 18 votes NNP – 18 votes NDF – 12 votes Regional parliament NLD – 450 USDP – 25 NUP – 9 NDF – 13

USDP wins in Kokokyun with larger votes The USDP won in Kokukyun with larger votes, followed by the NLD with 6 votes for Lower House, 5 votes for Upper House and 5 votes for Regional Parliament in advance vote counting. Kokokyun had received 358 advance ballots. About half of all advance votes were found being ticked with ball-pen point. Actually, the advance votes have to be pressed by using seals. Regarding this matter, Win Min, the candidate of the NLD, said “I will demand an immediate cancellation of the advance votes as there may be vote rigging.

Results at Kyaunggyisu Polling Station-2 in Taunggyi Lower house NLD – 648 votes USDP – 284 votes SNLD – 117 votes SNDP – 24 votes Danu – 17 votes PNO – 22 votes 49 invalid votes Results at 22 out of 29 polling booths in Kyauktada Township More than 16000 voters NLD – 9985 votes USDP – 900 votes NLD announces 3 lower house candidates sure to win NLD has announced lower house candidates from three townships in Yangon, who are sure to win the election, on the LED board. They are Aung Kyaw Kyaw Oo from Hline Township, Tin Maung Win from Seikkan Township and Tin Tun Naing from Seikkyi-Khanaungto.

At No 2 polling station in Shansumyauk ward in Myitkyina Lower House NLD= 420 votes USDP= 147 votes Results of Polling Station 2, Ward 2, Lanmadaw Township Upper House NLD = 758 USDP = 52 NDF = 10 NUP = 4 Invalid votes = 9 The following is the advance votes counted for No 38 Polling Station, No 10 Ward, Botahtaung Township: Lower House NLD = 40 USDP = 2 NDF = 2 Invalid votes = 2 Upper House NLD = 45 USDP = 1 Regional Parliament NLD = 42 USDP = 3 Invalid vote = 1

The following is the votes counted for lower house at Khuhniteintan village, Thabyaygon village-tract, Myanaung Township. NLD – 458 votes USDP – 26 votes 3 other parties – 7 votes invalid – 2 votes

The following is the votes counted for Thaketa Hsetaung Ward for Lower House NLD – 462 USDP – 50 National Unity Party – 5

Vote situation at No 1 polling station of Kyihtaungkan in Pobbathiri in Nay Pyi Taw Lower House’s total votes=118 Tin Thit (a) Maung Yi Mon (NLD)= 63 Wai Lwin (USDP)= 50 Invalid votes= 5 Upper House’s total votes=118 Maung Maung Swe (NLD)= 64 Khin Maung Htay (USDP)= 39 Than Htay= 9 Myint Oo= 2 Invalid votes= 4

The advance ballots results for No 6 Ward South Oakkalapa Constituency for Upper House: NLD – 44 USDP – 9 According to Union Election Commission, the results will be announced six times a day, starting from tomorrow (November 9) until results will be announced at the media centers in Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and through the state-run media at 9am, 12 noon, 3pm, 6pm, 9pm and 11pm on a daily basis until November 15. UEC chairman Tin Aye will hold a press telecast live at the media centers in Yangon. Votes are being counted in some polling stations in PyiOoLwin. USDP is having advantage at polling booths of military command areas while NLD is having advantage at civilian polling booths. Most ballots cast for USDP candidates in Bawlakhe A vote counting showed that most ballots were cast for the USDP candidates in Mainghtan village tract, Bawlakhe Township, Kayah State. Some advance ballots without the signature of the chairman of ward/village tract sub-election commission were regarded as invalid ones. NLD wins larger seats in Nyaungdon The opposition National League for Democracy (NLD) won 212 seat for Lower House, followed by the ruling USDP with 56 in Wenelahtet village, Nyaungdon Township, Ayeyawady Region. The NLD won 182 seats for Lower House, followed by the ruling USDP with 14, and 172 seats for Upper House, followed by the USDP and other parties with 24 in Paukkon village. The polling staff continues counting the ballots from the box for regional parliament, according to a source of the NLD’s chairman of Nyaungdon Township.

At Bahmo constituency Lower House USDP= 1001 votes NLD= 50 votes SNDP= 4 votes NPP= 1 vote NUP= 4 votes Kachin National Democracy Congress= 1 vote Shanni (Tainglai)= 1 vote

At Tatkyikon Paytayar polling station in Hmawby Township Lower House NLD= 1000 votes USDP= 400 votes

Advance vote results for Sanchaung Township Lower House NLD = 592 USDP = 29 NDF = 4 Federal Union Party = 4 National Progressive Party = 3 National Unity Party = 2 Democratic Party Myanmar = 2

At No 1 polling station in Mingalar ward, Loikaw Township Lower House NLD= 649 votes USDP= 106 votes Upper House NLD= 571 votes USDP= 120 votes State Parliament-2 NLD= 559 votes USDP= 107 votes Bama ethnic candidate NLD= 186 votes USDP= 38 votes

NLD wins seats in all parliaments in Yesagyo In Kyaukdaga village, Kyaukka village-tract in Yesagyo, NLD’s Dr. Tin Htay Aung won a lower house seat with 152 votes, defeating President Office minister Soe Maung from USDP with 65 votes. For upper house, NLD’s Kyaw Ngwe won with 156 votes against USDP’s Tin Maung Kyaw who got 61 votes. For regional parliament-1, NLD’s Tin Thaung won with 156 votes agaisnt USDP’s Myint Naing who got 62 votes.

People gathering in the front of the NLD (headquarters) in Yangon. 12189085_633347070141312_5603933953239270823_n  

Early Exit Poll results in Loikaw Towship, Kayah State The following is the poll result conducted on 20 voters at one polling station in Loikaw Township, Kayah State. NLD-14 USDP-3 No reply-3 (The early exit poll results across the country will be uploaded. We apologize for late coverage of early exit poll results. There may be changes in results as the polls were conducted from 6 am to 11 am. )

Early Exit Poll results in Rakhine State The following is the poll result conducted on 87 voters at two polling stations in Sittwe and Butheedaung Townships, Rakhine State. ANP-66 USDP-7 No reply-14 (The early exit poll results across the country will be uploaded. We apologize for late coverage of early exit poll results. There may be changes in results as the polls were conducted from 6 am to 11 am. )

Early exit poll results for two townships (Myawaddy and Hpa-an) in Kayin State Early exit poll results conducted on 15 voters in 2 polling stations in the two townships in Kayin State. NLD-13 No reply-2 More results will come soon from remaining towns across the country.

Early Exit Poll results in Mon State The following is the poll result conducted on 16 voters at two polling stations in Mudon and Mawlamyine Townships, Mon State. NLD-13 USDP-3 (The early exit poll results across the country will be uploaded. We apologize for late coverage of early exit poll results. There may be changes in results as the polls were conducted from 6 am to 11 am. )

Early Exit Poll results in Haka Township The following is the poll result conducted on nine voters at one polling station in Haka Township. NLD-5 CNDP-2 No reply-2 (The early exit poll results across the country will be uploaded. We apologize for late coverage of early exit poll results. There may be changes in results as the polls were conducted from 6 am to 11 am. )

The following is the poll result conducted on 57 voters at two polling stations in Hindata and Myaungmya, Ayeyawady Region. NLD-53 USDP-2 No reply-2

Exit Poll results of some townships in the remaining states and regions will be continued to upload.

Early exit poll results in Tanintharyi Early exit poll results conducted on 21 voters at three polling stations in Dawei Township, Tanintharyi Region. NLD-19 USDP-2

Early exit poll results in Shan State Early exit poll results conducted on 100 voters at 11 polling stations in Hopong, Taunggyi and Kalaw Townships in Shan State. NLD-42 USDP-11 SNLD-8 PNO-25 SNDP-5 No reply-9 Early Exit Poll results across the country will be uploaded. The poll is conducted from 6 am to 11 am.

The following is the poll result conducted on 55 voters at six polling stations in five townships (Maha Aungmye, Chanayethazan, Chanmyathazi, Pyinoolwin and Meiktila), Mandalay Region. NLD-36 USDP-2 No reply-17 Early Exit Poll results of some townships in the remaining states and regions will be continued to upload.

Early exit poll results conducted on 49 voters at 4 polling stations in Myintkyina, Waingmaw and Hpakant Townships in Kachin State. NLD-37 USDP-4 SNLD-5 KSDP-1 KDP-1 No reply-1

Early Exit Poll results in Sagaing The early exit poll results at eight polling stations in Sagaing, Butalin, Pale and Wuntho townships in Sagaing Region. NLD-307 USDP-22 No reply-1

The following is the poll result conducted on 758 voters at 36 polling stations in 17 townships, Yangon Region. NLD-700 USDP-24 No reply-32 Independent-1 Lost voting rights-1 CR.ELEVENMYANMAR

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