rangoon - The historic elections in Myanmar on Sunday in good order expired. The polling stations closed Sunday (local time), after all day long queues stood before the doors with people who wanted to vote. This is the first that there are free elections in Myanmar.
The Election Commission is expected to present only a few days official results of the elections. May well get local media in the course of the evening with conservative predictions, but that will have to be based on answers given by voters when they are asked who they voted. That turnout will be high is clear.
The National League for Democracy (NLD) of Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, which no president can be according to the constitution, against the Party of Union takes, Solidarity and Development (USDP) of incumbent President and ' oud' General Thein Sein. A quarter of the seats, however, is in anticipation to the army. It seems almost certain that the army continues to keep saying.
If the NEEDLE coming to power, the more than two-thirds of the non- military locations must be within trails at stake. Army Party USDP took just a little over a third of the seats. Of fair elections is therefore no question, suggested by Human Rights Watch (HRW) already. Sunday came another message out that there is possible fraud. If one family had sent 38 ballots.