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NLD wins right to appoint vice president
The National League for Democracy (NLD) can elect a vice president now it has won 179 of the 216 contested Lower House seats. There are 330 seats in total with the others reserved for military officers.

The NLD has already won 77 seats out of 168 seats in the Upper House. One more Upper House victory is needed to allow the party to appoint a second vice president.

Under the Constitution, the Lower and Upper houses appoint two of the three vice presidents.

Each parliament must select a vice president with the support of more than half its members.

The military representatives get to choose the third vice president.

The president must be elected with the agreement of more than half of 664 representatives, meaning the NLD must win at least 333 seats to choose the head of state.

The Union Solidarity and Development Party has won 17 seats in the Lower House and only four in the Upper House.



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NLD to claim Zigon electoral fraud
The National League for Democracy is going to make a complaint to the regional election commission about electoral fraud at some polling stations in Zigon Township, Thayarwady District, Bago Region.

NLD observers said polling officers assisted in imprinting the “right mark” seal on the ballots and entered the voting booths.

The NLD’s Toe Aung said: “At polling station no.2, the officers were imprinting the ballots themselves. I told them not to do it but to no effect. I kept the voter cards of my underage son and others as evidence of the complaint.”

According to Toe Aung, he found two cards for children, including Lin Htet Naing and Zin Lin Thu. The latter is the polling officer’s son.

Similar events happened at station no.1 in Kankalay ward, according to Tin Hlaing.

NLD regional parliamentary candidate Nyein Nyein Ei said: “I visited 15 polling stations out of 27. I saw the polling officers and members of the election commission in the voting booths. The members of the USDP took mobile phones into the station. Worst of all, I saw those who wore white shirts and hats transporting voters.”

Another NLD candidate, Thet Naing Oo, said he had made similar complaints to the commission.

Vice President Nyan Tun competed for the Lower House and the Magway chief minister Nyan Win competed for the regional parliament in Zigon.

Nyan Tun got 24,952 votes and Nyan Win got 2,735 votes. There are 29 village tracts, 132 villages, 53,076 voters and 19 candidates. In 51 polling stations, the voting percentage was 82.5 per cent.

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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.


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.

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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
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.


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 Continue reading “#‎Election #Poll #results #MYANMAR #BURMA”

#ALERT #NLD #emergency #pressconference #ballot #books with #wrong #constituency in Mahaaungmyay Township

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NLD holds emergency press conference at 10:30 pm for ballot books with wrong constituency in Mahaaungmyay Township, where Mandalay Mayor Aung Maung is competing.
The ballot books for No. 1 Constituency of Mahaaungmyay Township, Mandalay involves ballots for other constituency, the NLD candidate of Mahaaungmyay Tsp for Region Parliament Zarni Aung told during the emergency meeting held by the NLD tonight.
He said, “We found that the ballot books for Mahaaungmyay Constituency involves Chanmyaytharsi constituency ballots. We found nine books in No. 4 polling station in Mahanwesin Ward. We’ve informed it to the commission. And they investigated it immediately. Another six books in Mahamyaing 1 Ward, six in Chan North Ward and seven in Mahamyaing 2 Ward. There are total of 1400 wrong ballots for the Region Parliament. Although the cover of the ballot books prints as Mahaaungmyay, the ballots are for Chanmyaytharsi. The voters won’t know it anyway. Since the candidate names are wrong, all votes will be invalid. There are 25 voters who have casted the advance votes in such way so far.”
There are 5600 voters for two polling stations in Mahaaungmyay Constituency which has the most voters in seven districts.



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There were fraud in advance votes where Vice President Dr. Sai Mauk Kham compete at Lashio constituency and so NLD and SNLD has sent object letters to UEC.

NLD and SNLD has sent letters of objection dated November 9 to UEC concerning advance votes of military .The advance votes were sent to Lashio constituency sub-election commission on Nov 8.
In the letter, it is stated that, the advance votes of 11815 arrived at the Lashio is too much for Lashio and it wasn’t reasonable that each and every advance votes were cast to USDP. It is an ugly behavior of destroying the free and fair election by advance votes.
NLD candidate Dr. Lin Htut of No-2 constituency said in every 3 parliaments, all the votes are cast to USDP. That is the No-1 reason. Next thing is when we examined the voting list, it was found that even the animals’ names in their houses were counted.
Before that advance votes arrived, Tun Shwe from NLD won significantly to USDP candidate. After counting the advance votes, USDP candidate has won again.
“When we got 50 or 60 votes in state parliament, USDP got 3800 where Dr. Sai of USDP competes. It is impossible and doubtful. That’s why we objected it,” said Dr. Liin Htut.
On November 8 evening, before the advance votes were arrived, the sealed ballot boxes were opened on the way to Township sub-commission office.

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.

UEC seal and ink-pad intentionally kept at No 14 polling station in Hlaingthayar The voters are forced to seal the ballot paper in use of ink-pad in addition to UEC seal at No 14 polling station in No 7 ward, Hlaingthayar, Yangon Region. Much ink appeared on the block of the ballot and it stained UEC logo, the eligible voters said. If truth be told, ink already remains on UEC seal. No need to use ink-pad again. The stained ballots were not exchanged with new ones. No one objected to this matter. Voting on behalf of other person found out in Htay Oo ward “There are 280 voters registration cards no one collected since yesterday. These cards were kept by village/ward commission chairman. We doubted that there may be people coming for these cards to vote on behalf of others. When we checked the suspicious man, and we found out that auxiliary fire brigade member Htay Thet Khaing of Ngar Se Taung, Targyitaung ward came to vote on behalf of Wai Phyo Hlaing’s registration card. I already doubted this polling booth. This is the ward of USDP joint chairman Htay Oo. When asked him (Htay Thet Khaing), he said secretary of ward commission gave the registration card. I submitted the matter to the polling booth officer and confiscated the card and denied voting. I doubted there may be similar incidences in other ward and villages,” said NLD township executive Saw Win who monitored the No-7 Tar Ngar Se Taung ward in Hinthada.

Election News Update: A voter named U Sein Win (45) from Kayinsu village, Kawhmu Township died on the way to hospital as he fell down just after casting his vote at No.2 polling station, says the township election commission. Impatient poll staff replaced in Hlaing A polling staff was replaced with another one because of being impatient and a loud shout at the queue at the polling station of No 1 BEHS in Hlaing Township, Yangon.

Half of people in Oakshitkon village, Yaynanchaung lose voting rights Half of the people in Oakshitkon village, Yaynanchaung township, Magway Region lost voting rights as they were not included in the electoral roll in the first time voter list and they did not get voter identity cards in the last time voter list. Regarding this matter, Soe Htut Oo of sub-election commission said that those who were not found in the voter list on the poll day would lose voting rights. 12191788_633327453476607_6374653377900829314_n UEC member warns Upper House MP wearing USDP uniform Saw Ba Hlaing, member of Union Election Commission, warns Upper House MP Saw Kyaing Htwe who was wearing USDP uniform at No 1/2 polling station in No 7 ward, Hpa-an. 12187942_633329106809775_1073591843273942062_n At Daw Noe Ku Polling Station in Loikaw Township, 32 lower house ballot papers without signatures of polling officer were given to voters, according to the township election sub-commission office. Those ballots were regarded as “invalid”. 12189573_633330796809606_126472389042870083_n News update: Eligible voters from Yetsaute, Southern Shan State, will ask the UEC to extend voting time if all voters cannot finish casting vote before 4 pm, sources say. “Families of Light Infantry regiments, Ba Htoo fort town and the town cast advance vote. They have been asked to cast advance votes as they have military operations. Another thing is irresponsibility of township election commissions. We will ask to extend voting time as there have voters left to vote after 4 pm. Some social activists and people from Ma-Ba-Tha will lead us and the rest are locals. We expected about 3,000 voters will be left to cast the vote as there have between 500 and 1,000 eligible voters in one polling station alone and in Yetsaute, there have 76 polling stations,” said Sein Win, local activist from Ywangan. There have many light infantry divisions in Yetsaute and Ba Htoo fort town and the families of the soldiers are cast advance votes. In Yetsaute, there have 76 polling stations in seven wards and 60 village tracts and over 100,000 eligible voters. Scramble occurs in Maunghtaung village polling station in Butalin A scramble broke out at Maunghtaung village polling station in Butalin constituency where Tha Aye, the chief minister of Sagaing Region was running for because the polling stations are not sufficient enough for the voters to cast the votes. There were about 3,050 voters in Maunghtaung village, Butalin where only one polling station was set up. Up to about 2 pm in the afternoon, only 1,600 voters had already cast the votes. The situation is difficult for the polling staff to control. Local people said that they had received some evidences until 2 pm in this regard. “We close the door of the polling station. A long queue scrambled for the entrance to the polling station. We cannot supervise the voting process inside the polling booth. We reported on the situation to the commission, but no plan was in sight,” the polling agent of Maunghtaung village said. Hundreds of voters lost voting rights despite having complete evidence for voting, but they are trying to acquire voting rights during the election hours. “Some were included both the first voter list and the second, but were not found in the last and they were not allowed casting the vote. Those who were not included in the second time voter list applied for the Form 3, but they were not included in the last time voter list and so they lost voting rights. The sub-election commission wrote wrong personal data. Some families were not included in the electoral roll. All of those not included in the electoral registers would cast the votes for the NLD. No member of USDP was found in the objected voter list,” Thein Lwin, a Maunghtaung resident, said. The township commission urged them to vote only in 2020 though they applied with Form-3, said an official from Maunghtaung Village election sub-commission. Most polling stations in Butalin Township have seen a large number voters queuing to vote. In some places, voting could continue until late evening. In some places, USDP logos can still be seen. Moreover, some people are in the compounds of polling stations wearing hats and shirts featuring USDP logo. Many people have lost their votes. Some polling officers are also found to lack electoral knoweldge and rules. When exit poll results were conducted, about 50 locals said they voted for NLD. In our village, all of us except four or five stand by Mother Suu. We will vote for her,” said a local who has voted. ###### https://democracyforburma.wordpress.com/2015/11/07/myanmar-voting-queue-scene-election-day/ 10,000 mystery names added to Pobbathiri voter list National League for Democracy Lower House candidate Yee Mon (aka) Maung Tin Thit for Pobbathiri Constituency in Nay Pyi Taw says the final voter list for the township includes more than 10,000 extra names without any addresses. The second announcement of the voter list for the township had more than 59,000 voters but the final roll included about 70,000 voters, Yee Mon said. Continue reading “!!#update #BURMA #MYANMAR #ELECTION #Suspicious #actions #MONITORING”

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Ballot boxes kept at administrator’s house: NLD

Aye Mya Mya Myo, the National League for Democracy’s Lower House candidate for Kyauktan, Yangon Region, has complained to the township election sub-commission claiming the ward administrator was keeping advance ballot boxes at his home.

Ohn Myint, the Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) candidate, was minister for livestock, fisheries and rural development.

“I do not know how they keep advance ballot boxes in other villages. I saw boxes of advance ballots kept at a makeshift office in front of the house of the ward administrator of Shwepyitha on November 3. I saw six polling stations in another village of Shwe Pauk and only four of which were working. I did not see the correct number of ballot boxes. When we told them, they sealed the ballot box. Another box had to be brought from the house of the administrator and then it was sealed. The boxes loaded with advance ballots should not be kept at his house. I informed the chairman of the township sub-commission. He said they were waiting for the special police to arrive on November 6 and 7 and so the boxes had to be kept at the administrator’s house. I objected for security reasons,” Aye Mya Mya Myo said.

She said the administrator’s house was in no.4 ward in Tada, adding that she would ask where other administrators were keeping their boxes.

The NLD candidate has campaigned in 57 village tracts and 80 branch villages in Kyauktan Township.

Other candidates are Soe Kyi from the Union of National Politics Federation, Soe Hlaing of the Farmers Development Party and Zin Aung of New Society Democratic Party.
There are more than 126,000 voters in the township.


SNLD missing from advance ballots, voters claim

The Shan Nationalities League for Democracy (SNLD), often known as the Tiger Head party, says advance ballots did not show its logo in Mongpan Township, southern Shan State.

“The election commission is solely responsible,” said Sai Nyunt Lwin, secretary of SNLD.

A SNLD candidate Sai Tun Hla said some ballot papers excluded another SNLD candidate Sai Tun Aung and the party logo during advance voting in Mongpan on November 5.

Sai Tun Hla said: “While we were monitoring in constituency no.2 in Mongpan, an advance voter called Sai Aw said he found his ballot paper didn’t include the SNLD candidate Sai Tun Aung and only had three parties. We’ve reported it to the township commission. We have never heard of such a case. Our supporters are honest and afraid of wrongdoing so they bring nothing into polling stations to obey election rules. So we have no photo record of it.”

He also said the party had already assigned monitors to the 33 polling stations in Mongpan.

The Shan National Democratic Party, also known as the White Tiger party, the NLD and the USDP will also compete in the township.


We are very much concern about the voting tactics for advance ballots. Now, many have questioned the states’ abilities to protect voter privacy and secrecy as well as the errors in voting lists. In Mandalay, Pyikyitangon Township, the actual voters are around 200 only yet there are 7000 voters in the list. Another big issue is the advance voters are requested not to seal the envelopes, and yet asked them to vote right in front of the officials. The public servants are scared to vote for National League For Democracy (NLD) and those who voted for National League For Democracy (NLD), they were asked to stamp two times in order to become a wasted votes. UEC (Union Election Commission) should look into this rising concerns about advance voting tactics. UEC should encourage the officials in respective townships to abide the voting rights and voter privacy as well as to avoid the threats of force to influence the voting. Voter privacy and secrecy of ballots are the important part of the election process and we would like to urge the UEC to take urgent actions to handle these rising issues immediately. ############## Advance ballots unsealed in Mon State Some advance ballot papers were brought in open envelopes to the election commission in Mudon Township, Mon State, said Zaw Win, the in-charge of voter lists at the National League for Democracy’s branch there. “Three ballot papers from the detainees at the Kyaikmaraw police station, and 21 from the midwifery training class at Mawlamyine were brought to the election commission unsealed on November 4. Since this is infringing the voting rights of a citizen, we object to those votes,” said Zaw Win. Myint Thoung, the chair of the Mudon election sub-commission, said: “The envelopes of the ballot papers from the midwifery class were not closed individually but had been sealed together in a package.” He added that the advance ballots from 147 foreign voters and those from 600 family members of the servicemen have been received. “We get those from wards and village tracts daily. We’ve instructed the concerned officials to take care of the security measures.” Mudon Township is home to 165,376 eligible voters and 102 polling booths. 12196285_632706606872025_7501241675726903162_n

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UEC blames parties for voter list blunders


Political parties have been blamed by the Union Election Commission (UEC) for the erroneous voter lists for apparently failing to offer constructive help to correct mistakes.

An announcement said political parties did not cooperate enough to correct inaccuracies in the voter lists, adding that all they had done was criticise the commission.

It also said advance voter lists were announced four times nationwide and the parties did not persuade enough voters to correct the lists.

It said: “Although the nationwide voter lists were on public display from September 7 to 14, some of the errors could not be corrected as few voters came to check the lists because of a major party’s criticism.” This was seen as an apparent reference to the National League for Democracy.

The commission said repeated names in the lists caused the duplication of voter ID cards. Continue reading “#MYANMAR #ELECTION #monitoring #ballots #unsealed #missing #SNLD #MON”

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“ျမင္းမူျမိဳ႕နယ္ ဒီခ်ဳပ္အမတ္ေလာင္းတစ္ဦး မဲဆြယ္ေနစဥ္ ႏွလုံးေရာဂါေၾကာင့္ ရုတ္တရက္ကြယ္လြန္”

ျမင္းမူျမိဳ႕နယ္အမ်ိဳးသားဒီမိုကေရစီအဖြဲ႕ခ်ဳပ္တိုင္း ေဒသၾကီးလႊတ္ေတာ္ကိုယ္စား လွယ္ေလာင္းဦးစိုးျမင့္သည့္ ႏို၀င္ဘာလ၆ရက္ေန႕ မြန္းတည့္ ၁၂နာရီအခ်ိန္ခန္႕ တြင္ျမင္းမူျမိဳ႕ ေစ်းေဒါင့္တြင္ မဲဆြယ္စည္းရုံးေန စဥ္ႏွလုံးေရာဂါေၾကာင့္ရုတ္တရက္ကြယ္လြန္သြား ခဲ့ေၾကာင္း စစ္ကိုင္းတိုင္းေဒသၾကီးအမ်ိဳးသားဒီမိုကေရစီအဖြဲ႕ခ်ဳပ္ရုံးမွ သိရသည္။

ျမင္းမူျမိဳ႕နယ္ တိုင္းေဒသၾကီးလႊတ္ေတာ္ အမွတ္(၁)မဲဆႏၵနယ္
လႊတ္ေတာ္ကိုယ္စားလွယ္ေလာင္း ဦးစိုးျမင့္သည္ ကြယ္လြန္ခ်ိန္တြင္ အသက္
၅၃ႏွစ္အရြယ္ ရွိေၾကာင္း သိရွိရသည္။
“ဒီေန႕(ႏို၀င္ဘာ၆ရက္) ၁၂နာရီခန္႕က ဦးစိုးျမင့္ကြယ္လြန္သြား တာပါ။ ျမင္းမူျမိဳ႕ေပၚ ေစ်းေဒါင့္မွာမဲဆြယ္စည္းရုံးေရးလုပ္ေန ရင္း ႏွလုံးေရာဂါနဲ႕ ကြယ္လြန္ သြားတာပါ။ေဆးရုံမွာ ရင္ခြဲစစ္ေဆးခ်က္ အရ ႏွလုံးမွာ အဆီဖုံးေနတာလည္း ေတြ႕ရပါတယ္။”ဟုျမင္းမူျမိဳ႕နယ္ အမ်ိဳးသားဒီမုိကေရစီအဖြဲ႕ခ်ဳပ္ျပည္သူ႕လႊတ္ေတာ္ကိုယ္စား လွယ္ေလာင္း ဦးစိုးစံသက္ထြန္းက ေျပာသည္။

#အမ်ဳိးသား #ဒီမိုကေရစီအဖြဲ႕ခ်ဳပ္ပါတီမွ ျပည္ေထာင္စုေရြးေကာက္ပြဲ ေကာ္မရွင္ထံ တင္ျပခ်က္ႏွင့္ စပ္လ်ဥ္း၍ ရွင္းလင္းခ်က္●

● အမ်ဳိးသား ဒီမိုကေရစီအဖြဲ႕ခ်ဳပ္ပါတီမွ ျပည္ေထာင္စုေရြးေကာက္ပြဲ ေကာ္မရွင္ထံ တင္ျပခ်က္ႏွင့္ စပ္လ်ဥ္း၍ ရွင္းလင္းခ်က္●
ႏုိင္ငံေတာ္သမၼတ၏ ျပည္တြင္းခရီးစဥ္မ်ားတြင္ ျပည္ေထာင္စုၾကံ႕ခုိင္ေရးႏွင့္ ဖြံ႕ျဖဳိးေရးပါတီဝင္မ်ား ၾကဳိဆိုျခင္း၊ ေၾကြးေၾကာ္ျခင္းတို႔အေပၚ ဖြဲ႕စည္းပုံအေျခခံဥပေဒႏွင့္ ကိုက္ညီမႈ မရွိေၾကာင္း လိုအပ္သလို ေဆာင္ရြက္ေပးရန္ အမ်ဳိးသားဒီမိုကေရစီ အဖြဲ႕ခ်ဳပ္ပါတီက ျပည္ေထာင္စုေရြးေကာက္ပြဲ ေကာ္မရွင္သို႔ တင္ျပလာခဲ့ပါသည္။ ထိုတင္ျပခ်က္အေပၚ ျပည္ေထာင္စုေရြးေကာက္ပြဲ ေကာ္မရွင္က ပူးတြဲေဖာ္ျပပါ စာျဖင့္ ျပန္ၾကားလာခဲ့ပါသည္။
ထိုသို႔ အထင္အျမင္လြဲမွား၍ ျပည္ေထာင္စုေရြးေကာက္ပြဲ ေကာ္မရွင္သို႔ တင္ျပခဲ့ျခင္းအေပၚ မ်ားစြာ စိတ္မေကာင္း ျဖစ္ရသလို ေရြးေကာက္ပြဲ စည္းရုံးလႈပ္ရွားမႈ အေျခအေနမ်ားအေပၚတြင္လည္း စာနာ နားလည္မိပါသည္။
ႏိုင္ငံေတာ္သမၼတသည္ ႏိုင္ငံေတာ္အၾကီးအကဲ၊ အစိုးရအဖြဲ႕အၾကီးအကဲ ျဖစ္သည့္ အားေလ်ာ္စြာ ႏုိင္ငံတစ္ဝန္းလုံးရွိ ႏိုင္ငံသားအားလုံး၏ အေရးအရာ ကိစၥရပ္မ်ားအတြက္ တာဝန္ရွိသူ ႏိုင္ငံ့ေခါင္းေဆာင္တစ္ဦး ျဖစ္ပါသည္။
ႏုိင္ငံေတာ္အတြင္း သဘာဝေဘးက်ေရာက္ရာ မည္သည့္ေနရာေဒသမဆို လိုအပ္ေသာ ကူညီကယ္ဆယ္ေထာက္ပံ့မႈမ်ား၊ ထူေထာင္ေရးလုပ္ငန္းမ်ား ေဆာင္ရြက္ရသလို ေဒသအသီးသီး၏ ဖြံ႕ျဖဳိးတိုးတက္ေရးလုပ္ငန္းမ်ား၊ ျပည္သူမ်ား၏ လိုအပ္ခ်က္မ်ားကို အတတ္ႏိုင္ဆုံး ျဖည့္ဆည္းေဆာင္ရြက္ရသလို ႏိုင္ငံေတာ္မွ ေဆာင္ရြက္ေနေသာ မူဝါဒမ်ား၊ ႏိုင္ငံေတာ္စီမံကိန္းမ်ားႏွင့္ ေဒသဆိုင္ရာစီမံကိန္းမ်ားကို ျပည္သူမ်ား နားလည္သေဘာေပါက္ေစရန္ ရွင္းလင္းေျပာၾကားရန္ တာဝန္ ရွိပါသည္။
ႏိုင္ငံေတာ္သမၼတသည္ ျဖစ္ႏိုင္လွ်င္ ျပည္သူအားလုံးႏွင့္ ထိေတြ႔ျပီး ျပည္သူတို႔၏ ရင္ထဲမွ ခံစားခ်က္မ်ား၊ လိုအပ္ခ်က္မ်ား၊ ဆႏၵသေဘာထားမ်ားကို ကိုယ္တိုင္ သိရွိႏိုင္လွ်င္ ပိုမိုေကာင္းမြန္မည္ ျဖစ္ပါသည္။ သို႔ေသာ္လည္း အေျခအေန အေၾကာင္းအရပ္ရပ္အရ နယ္စုံ၊ ေဒသစုံ သြားေရာက္ႏုိင္ရန္ ကန္႔သတ္ခ်က္ မ်ားစြာ ရွိသည့္အတြက္ လိုအပ္ခ်က္အရလည္းေကာင္း၊ အေျခအေန အခ်ိန္အခါအရလည္းေကာင္း ခရီးစဥ္မ်ား တတ္ႏိုင္သမွ် သြားေရာက္၍ ျပည္သူမ်ား အက်ဳိးကို ျဖည့္ဆည္းေဆာင္ရြက္ႏိုင္ရန္ ၾကဳိးပမ္းေဆာင္ရြက္လ်က္ ရွိပါသည္။
ထိုသို႔ သြားေရာက္ရာတြင္ တာဝန္အရ အစိုးရဌာနဆိုင္ရာမ်ားမွ ဝန္ထမ္းမ်ား ခရီးဦး ၾကဳိဆိုမႈမ်ား ရွိသလို ေက်ာင္းသား ေက်ာင္းသူမ်ား၊ သာမန္ျပည္သူမ်ား၊ ႏိုင္ငံေရးပါတီမ်ားမွ ပါတီဝင္မ်ားက ၾကဳိဆိုၾကသည္မွာလည္း မိမိတို႔ႏုိင္ငံ၏ ႏိုင္ငံေတာ္သမၼတတစ္ဦးကို ေတြ႕လို၊ ျမင္လို၊ ႏႈတ္ဆက္လို၍ ေစာင့္ဆိုင္းၾကဳိဆိုၾကျခင္းသာ ျဖစ္ပါသည္။ ျပည္ေထာင္စုၾကံ႕ခိုင္ေရးႏွင့္ ဖြံ႕ျဖဳိးေရးပါတီတစ္ခုတည္းသာမက အျခားေသာ ပါတီမ်ားလည္း ၾကဳိဆိုႏႈတ္ဆက္ခဲ့ေၾကာင္း ခရီးစဥ္မွတ္တမ္းမ်ားအရ သိရွိႏိုင္မည္ ျဖစ္ပါသည္။
ခရီးစဥ္မ်ား သြားေရာက္ရာ ေဒသမ်ားရွိ ျပည္သူမ်ားႏွင့္ ေတြ႕ဆုံရာတြင္လည္း ေအာက္ေဖာ္ျပပါ အေၾကာင္းအရာမ်ားကိုသာ ေျပာၾကားခဲ့ျခင္း ျဖစ္ပါသည္-
(၁) မိမိတို႔ အစိုုးရလက္ထက္တြင္ ဤေဒသမ်ား ဖြံ႕ၿဖိဳးတိုးတက္ေရးအတြက္ လမ္းပန္း ဆက္သြယ္မႈ ေကာင္းမြန္ေအာင္၊ မိုဘိုင္းဖုန္း ဆက္သြယ္ေရး ရရိွေအာင္၊ လွ်ပ္စစ္မီး ရရိွေအာင္ ေဆာင္ရြက္ေပးခဲ့ၿပီးၿဖစ္သည့္အတြက္ အေၿခခံေကာင္းမ်ား ရိွေနၿပီၿဖစ္ေၾကာင္း၊ ထိုအေၿခခံေကာင္းမ်ားကို အသံုးခ်ၿပီး မိမိတို႔ေဒသ ဖြံ႕ၿဖိဳးတိုးတက္ေရးအတြက္ ဆက္လက္ ေဆာင္ရြက္ရန္၊ လူ႔စြမ္းအားအရင္းအၿမစ္ ဖြံ႕ၿဖိဳးတိုးတက္ေစရန္ႏွင့္ ပညာေရးက႑ ဖြံ႕ၿဖိဳး တိုးတက္ေစရန္အတြက္ ေဆာင္ရြက္ရန္ လိုအပ္ပါေၾကာင္း။
(၂) (ခရီးစဥ္ေဒသမ်ားတြင္ ေရေဘးသင့္ေဒသမ်ား ပါရွိခဲ့ပါက) ျပန္လည္ထူေထာင္ေရး ေဆာင္ရြက္ေနမႈ အေျခအေနမ်ား၊ ဆက္လက္ေဆာင္ရြက္ရန္ လိုအပ္ေနမႈမ်ား၊ ျပည္သူမ်ား တိုက္ရိုက္တင္ျပေသာ ဆႏၵသေဘာထားမ်ားကို ၾကားနာ၍ ျဖည့္ဆည္းေဆာင္ရြက္ေပးမႈမ်ား ေဆာင္ရြက္ေပးလ်က္ ရွိေၾကာင္း။ Continue reading “#အမ်ဳိးသား #ဒီမိုကေရစီအဖြဲ႕ခ်ဳပ္ပါတီမွ ျပည္ေထာင္စုေရြးေကာက္ပြဲ ေကာ္မရွင္ထံ တင္ျပခ်က္ႏွင့္ စပ္လ်ဥ္း၍ ရွင္းလင္းခ်က္●”

#ကိုကိုးကၽြန္း ျပည္သူ ့#လႊတ္ / ေလာင္း ဦးဝင္းမင္း #NLD #ကို လိပ္မူ လို ့


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ကိုကိုးကၽြန္း ျပည္သူ ့လႊတ္ / ေလာင္း ဦးဝင္းမင္း ( NLD ) ကို လိပ္မူ လို ့
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စာ နဲ ့ ေပ နဲ ့ ( စာအမွတ္ ၂ / ၁ ၄ / ကမရ ) အေၾကာင္းျပန္ သတဲ့


ကိုကိုးကၽြန္းၿမိဳ ့ရွိ တပ္ပိုင္ေျမျဖစ္သည့္ စစ္ေရးႏွင့္ လံုၿခံဳေရးအရ သတ္မွတ္ထားေသာ ကန္ ့သတ္နယ္ေျမမ်ားတြင္ စည္းရံုးေရးလုပ္ငန္းမ်ား ေဆာင္ရြက္ခြင့္ မျပဳေၾကာင္း သက္ဆိုင္ရာမွ ေျပာၾကားလာပါသျဖင့္ သိရွိႏိုင္ပါရန္ ထပ္ဆင့္ အေၾကာင္းၾကားပါသည္ တဲ့

မိတၱဴ ကို တဲ ့ ခရိုင္ ေကာ္ တဲ့
အဲ အဲ ၿပီးေတာ့ စခန္းမွဴ း အမွတ္ ၂၇ ေရတပ္ အေျခစိုက္စခန္း တဲ့ ( ဆန္းေပ၏ )

ဒါနဲ ့ မျဖစ္ေခ်ဘူး အထက္လိုက္သြား မွ ဆို
အဲဒီ စခန္းမွဴ း ေတြ ့ဖို ့သြားေတာ့ ( ညေန ၄ နာရီ )

ဂိတ္က မရွိပါ အဘ သူရ သက္ေဆြ ေရာက္ေနလို ့ ၿမိဳ ့ထဲသြားေၾကာင္း တဲ့

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#MYANMAR #no #election #delay after considering consequences for postponement

Union Election Commission (UEC), chairman of the Union Election Commission (UEC), yesterday held a meeting with major political parties asking them if the election set for November 8 should be postponed. He cited the ongoing natural disasters as the reason although they have not happened on a nationwide scale.


However in the late evening, UEC announced there would be no delay and the election would take place as previously scheduled because of possible consequences for the postponement.

It was attended by the National Unity Party, the National Democratic Force Party, the Rakhine National Party, the Union Solidarity and Development Party, the National League for Democracy Party and Myanmar Peasant Development Party.

“I know the postponement of the election since the earlier period. The opposition National League for Democracy (NLD) put forward it. The Peasants’ Party is also the same matter. Some of Chin parties also do the same matter. For my side, I urged the UEC to right with the voter lists. As you know, the natural disasters are taking place until now,” Tin Aye told the media.

“The wide parts of the country are seeing natural disasters today. I thought that if the people would able to vote with peace of mind in case of the natural disaster, similarly if the political parties would be OK in their campaigns. For these reasons, the UEC met with major parties asked them whether they want to postpone the election. The main reason is the natural disaster,” Tin Aye said. Continue reading “#MYANMAR #no #election #delay after considering consequences for postponement”

#BURMA #20,000 #white #card #holders #not #allowed to vote

20,000 white card holders not allowed to vote
Maungdaw – About 20,000 white card holders are not eligible to vote in 2015 general election in Maungdaw, according to a township election commission.

Among them, about 100 non-ethnics are also included.

The number of voters was over 250,000 in 2010 election as the white card holders were allowed to vote at that time.

“One ward in Maungdaw has 1,042 voters and ten non-ethnics are included. We have to tell the commission to check the voter list again whether there are people who are dead in the voter list or there have been extra people included in the list. We have to check the non-ethnics who are included in the list whether they have national registration cards or not. People are not interested in the announcement of voter list. One or two people came to check the voter list,” said Maung Ohn, vice chairperson of Arakan National Party in Maungdaw.

“We issued the voter list since June 21. However people who are holding temporary registration cards are not included in the list. If there is an error, we can correct as it is only the initial announcement,” said Maung Ohn Kyi, chairperson of the township election commission. cr.eleven media

Military MP defends charter
Brigadier-General Tin San Naing, a military representative, has told Parliament that there should be no change to Section 436 (a) and (b), which designates how the Constitution can be altered.

“It is not easy to draft a good constitution. It should not be amended in an easy manner but deeply considered so as to last a long time. Constitutions should be appropriate to a country’s history, location, ethnic groups, languages, cultures, traditions and religions,” he told Parliament.

“The 2008 Constitution took six years and four months to draft through a series of national conventions finishing in 2007. Different views on politics, security, administration and social and legal affairs had to be taken into consideration when drafting it. All over the country, people cast votes and 92.48 per cent supported it.”

The officer said the United States regarded constitutional amendment as a complicated matter, altering its constitution 27 times in more than 200 years, while Australia had amended its constitution eight times from 1906 to 1988.

“Internationally, we can see bloodshed and violence when countries change their constitutions. Egypt, Syria, Libya and France are examples. Myanmar is home to more than 100 ethnic groups. Our system can change as Myanmar develops. The Tatmadaw [armed forces] and the people have participated in the first stage of the transition to democracy and it can contribute much more towards democracy. Not every country has an organisation like the Tatmadaw, capable of giving such guarantees. The Tatmadaw is safeguarding the Constitution. Talk of changing Section 436 should not dominate at a time when the country is trying to restore peace,” Tin San Naing said.

“The 2008 Constitution should not be amended as it does not trouble the interests of the people. The country is changing into a democracy. For peace, stability and the national interest, our country is not yet familiar with democratic practices. Therefore, amendments to Section 436 should not be made.”

Aung San Suu Kyi, the chairperson of the opposition National League for Democracy, told reporters: “The NLD formerly said the constitutional amendment should be made effectively. The NLD will stand by the constitutional amendment. The military representative is following the principles of the past.”

Parliament discusses amendment to Section 436(A)
The Union parliament began its discussion on amendments to Section 436(A) of the 2008 constitution on June 23.
There has been controversy over the drafting of the amendment bill by the 31-member Constitutional Amendment Committee.
“I belong to the 31-member committee. When we submitted a report to Union parliament, there were over 200 points. I was not present when the constitutional reform bill was submitted. Now, there are four points regarding Section 436(A),” said Dr Aye Maung.
He said he was unsure who drafted the current bill, adding that his committee’s amendment bill should be available to the public.
“Our 31-member committee has agreed that any section of the constitution could be amended if 66.6 per cent of MPs support it. Then, we will have a national referendum. If more than half of the voters give their support, the amendment can be approved. The original constitution prescribes that over 75 per cent would have to vote for it,” Dr Aye Maung said.
However, he said, the current reform bill, which he did not help draft, requires the approval of 70 per cent of MPs.
Aye Maung said he plans to discuss two points in the parliamentary discussion on the reform bill — electing the president and choosing military personnel only from elected parliamentary representatives.
Union parliament speaker Thura Shwe Mann said the discussion and approval of the charter reform bill will take place between June 23 and June 25.
Under the current charter, Section 436(A) must be amended first in order to change most other parts of the constitution, including Section 59(F), which bars Aung San Suu Kyi from becoming present. Under the current constitution, Section 436(A) can only be amended with the approval of more than 75 per cent of members of the Union parliament.

MP: Amendment of Section 436 will not be successful without the military support
The amendment of Section 436 will not be successful if the military representatives don’t support it, said MP Tin Maung Oo from the current ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) yesterday.

“Military represents 25 per cent in the parliament. There is a condition that we cannot amend Section 436 (A) and (B) without the support from military representatives. In other way, we have to amend the section which the army wants us to amend,” said the MP.

He said the military representatives are required to represent in the parliament.

“If the constitution is needed to amend for the benefit of state, its citizens, ethnics, workers, farmers, students, and soldiers, we have to discuss about it,” he said.

Moreover, it is difficult to amend the constitution as the constitution states that half of the voters must support the constitution amendment in the nationwide referendum. It is the biggest obstacle to overcome the constitution amendment, said the MP.

A total of 94 sections including Section 936 will be amended if over 75 per cent of the MPs support it and over half of the voters support it in the nationwide referendum.

“We have already submitted the enactments to amend Section 436. Other sections are not submitted by the constitution amending implementation committee from the parliament. However, we will hold further discussion on the matter,” said MP Thura Aye Myint from the USDP.

The Section 59 (D) of the 2008 constitution states that President and Vice Presidents shall be well acquainted with the affairs of the union such as political, administrative, economic and military. The Section 59 (F) of the constitution stated that President and Vice Presidents shall be himself, one of the parents, the spouse, one of the legitimate children or their spouses not owe allegiance to a foreign power, not be subject to a foreign power or citizen of a foreign country. They shall not be persons entitled to enjoy the rights and privileges of a subject of a foreign government or citizen of a foreign country. MPs of current ruling party discussed to leave them out of the constitution amendment.