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Battalion polling station start counting votes in Mandalay
The voting process came to a stop at No 4 polling station of the battalion of Mandalay as there were only 40 eligible voters. Therefore the votes are being counted, according to a source of Dr Nyi Min Han, the candidate of Aungmyaythazan of Mandalay Region.
(Photo-Yin Myo Thwe)
More than 300 people lose voting rights in Myothit ward
More than 300 people have lost voting rights in Myothit ward, Pobbathiri, Nay Pyi Taw as their names were not included in the electoral roll.
Some voters in Kyitaungkan village tract and Kyitaungkan village were included in the first time voter list and the second time voter list, but weren’t in the third time voter list. The names of the whole family were not included in the voter list.
NLD CHAIRMAN VOTING
U SHWE MANN
SORRY MATE NO SERVICE
KO KO GYI AND WIFE VOTED
At Polling Station No (3) of Ngaputaw Township, people cannot vote despite the station opening time – 6 a.m. is over, as the advance votes are stilling being counted. Likewise, at Polling Station No (4), ballots for Kayin Ethnic Representative do not arrive yet.
Election update news – 8:08 a.m.
Advance vote ballot boxes, which have to reach at 6 a.m., arrived later than the set time in Dagon Myothit Seikkan Township.
“I don’t know the exact time. I have to ask polling station representatives. Nearly all boxes came in late. This doesn’t match the law,” said Kyaw Win, NLD candidate for Lower House Parliament.
Kyaw Zin Win
TACHILEK DISTRICT ဓာတ္ပံု။ ရွမ္းမင္းသား
Election update news – 7:29 a.m
Some ethnic people in Ward 47, North Dagon, do not get the chance to vote for ethnic affairs minister. Moreover, people who live in area with guest registration, want to vote and wait in front of the polling station although their names were not included in voter list.
Election update news
Some polling stations in Aung Myay Thar Zan Township, Mandalay, do not include commission stamp on ballots. When people asked, they replied to include by showing the signature of ballot station head. They asked people to voting by saying that voting without the commission stamp is also fine, when people complained that the stamp and signature are not the same.
HUNGRY FOREIGN PRESS WAITING FOR DAW AUNG SAN SUU KYI TO VOTE
Shwebo Township waiting to vote at Polling Station No (2) of 5 Ward. Continue reading “#MYANMAR #VOTING #QUEUE #SCENE #ELECTION #DAY”
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