The international community has heralded the historic elections in Burma as a victory for the people.
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.
For the 33.5 million Burmese voters who head to the polls on 8 November — many of whom will be first-time voters, choosing from more than 6,000 candidates, is not an easy task.
Apr 28, 2008 (DVB)
Apr 22, 2008 (DVB)-The National League for Democracy released a special statement yesterday calling for detained political leaders and activists to be given the right to vote in the national[…]
Mar 14, 2008 (DVB), The National Council of the Union of Burma, an umbrella organisation of exiled opposition groups, has called on the people of Burma to vote No in[…]
Feb 29, 2008 (DVB), Local authorities in Tachilek township have been urging residents to apply for identity cards in the run-up to the May referendum, but residents have faced difficulties[…]