On Sunday, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi took a trip down memory lane – to what is now the Bogyoke Aung San Museum in Bahan Township.
“Some people are surprised our party has survived,” says National Unity Party candidate Phyu Phyu Nyunt.
The military finds itself in a tight spot, while the ethnic groups’ prove their integrity by going back to the negotiation table, says lawyer Aung Htoo.
Politicians who were denied the right to take up their seats in parliament have vowed to sue the leaders of the military junta that previously ruled Burma.
“The question of succession has been resolved amicably, and Soe Win will take over as commander-in-chief of the military in July,” says analyst Larry Jagan.
DVB asks NUP leader how high his expectations are for this year’s election. And who does he consider the main contenders?