Burma’s political parties, including the NLD and USDP, wrap up their campaigns for this weekend’s by-election.
The international community has heralded the historic elections in Burma as a victory for the people.
Observers from the European Union’s Election Observation Mission on Tuesday refused to call the Burma’s national poll “truly genuine” given the fact that the military commands an automatic 25 percent of seats without being elected, as well as the mass disenfranchisement of Muslim candidates and Rohingya voters.
The National League for Democracy say the Burmese military’s grip on politics would ultimately undermine the November’s general election.
Burma’s opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi visited constituents in the electorate of Kawhmu in southern Rangoon division on Monday.