The ruling party has staked much of its legacy on its building works, from roads to agriculture to the restoration of holy sites.
In the shadow of the huge rallies held by the NLD and USDP, smaller parties are making their case based on policy and experience.
Tomorrow’s election won’t be a turning point towards democracy; it’s another step in the military’s carefully thought-out plan, writes Mark Farmaner.
Over a hundred Burmese voters living in Singapore flew to Rangoon on Friday to cast their ballots before polls close over the weekend.
“Most of the ‘additional’ names are in Tat-Pobba quarter where a large number of retired soldiers live,” says NLD representative.
Burma’s President Thein Sein says that both the military and the government will accept the outcome of Sunday’s historic election.