Junta’s declare of 25 p.c electorate is faux
Amel Weir, spokesman for the Bangkok-based Asian Network for Free Elections, mentioned on Friday that he noticed no fraud within the election. Weir instructed ‘The Associated Press’, ‘Even native election observers in Myanmar discovered not anything of the type.’ “There was certainly room for improvement, we are still behind many other democracies (in Myanmar) .. but the junta’s claim of 25 per cent of the electorate being bogus.
After the army came to power, efforts were made to stop the peaceful demonstrations started on a wide scale in the country by force. After this many violent demonstrations took place in the country. Some UN experts have also called it a civil war. Suu Kyi has already been sentenced to 17 years in prison for illegally importing and possessing a walkie-talkie, violating coronavirus restrictions, treason and five counts of corruption. Several top members of his party and government are also in jail, while many others are in hiding or have fled abroad.