At just 6pm local time, the UEC announced the winners of 67 Lower House seats.
The second round of election results have been announced by the UEC.
More than 6,000 election observers from nine local organisations have applied to the Union Election Commission, said chairperson Tin Aye.
The UEC’s decision to publicly propose and then drop a plan to delay Burma’s general election has prompted criticism from major political parties.
UEC Chairman Tin Aye has proposed postponing the 8 November election due to recent flooding and landslides across the country.
Burma’s Union Election Commission rejected suggestions by opposition MPs to postpone the November election amid concerns over voter list irregularities.