Burma’s incumbent government has acknowledged that the opposition National League for Democracy [NLD] party is cruising to a majority in the country’s next parliament.
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In Kawhmu, a rural district south of Rangoon, elderly voters, perhaps those most used to an early wake-up, file into the voting booth.
Burma opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, said she would rather lose the election than win through scandals as she campaigned in her constituency on the fringes of Burma’s commercial capital, Rangoon on Saturday.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s party is pushing the slogan ‘Time for Change’ in Burma. Volunteers in their leader’s electorate say that change begins at home.