Doctors report that she is weak from too little rest, has a swollen stomach from irregular eating patterns, and bone spurs in her neck.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) has moved to combat what it believes to be a smear campaign being waged against the party.
Thein Sein portrayed himself as a champion of free speech in a video posted on Facebook, fuelling speculation he is aiming for a second term as President.
Undeterred by his dismissal as ruling party chairman, Shwe Mann hits the campaign trail, promising voters in Phyu better transportation and electricity.
Burmese lawyers launch what they are calling a “Yellow Ribbon Campaign” to oppose military officials taking over senior positions in the judicial sector.
The NLD says it will negotiate with ethnic allies to avoid clashing for certain seats; meanwhile Suu Kyi hints at alternative NLD candidate for president.