“Most of the ‘additional’ names are in Tat-Pobba quarter where a large number of retired soldiers live,” says NLD representative.
Excluded from parties and disenfranchised from voting, only 28 Muslims are running in the election, compared to 5,130 Buddhists and 903 Christians.
The latest voter list released by the Union Election Commission is still riddled with irregularities, according to voters across the country.
Twelve nominees from the NLD’s candidate list have resigned from the party and replacements are being found, spokesperson Win Myint tells the Daily Eleven.
Union Election Commission says those who lost ID cards should present themselves at local commission offices one week before polls open on 8 November.
Burma’s general election will be held on Sunday, 8 November, the Union Election Commission (UEC) said on Wednesday.