NLD will contest 1,132 of the total possible 1,171 seats in the upper and lower houses, as well as in state and division assemblies.
The most high-profile exclusion was the charismatic protest leader Ko Ko Gyi, who spent more than 17 years in and out of prison before his 2012 release.
Leading figures in 88 Generation Peace and Open Society say they will concentrate efforts on helping the NLD win the election.
At a press conference on Monday, Arakan Commission member Ko Ko Gyi said the situation in Arakan state needs time.
Activist says rule of law will not be realised in Burma until government educates citizens and rids characteristics of former junta
Iconic student leader Ko Ko Gyi was among hundreds of political prisoners released in a far-reaching amnesty on 13 January. The activist, a founder of the 88 Generation Students’ Group and a pivotal figure in both the 1988 and 2007 uprising, had spent four and a half years of a 65-year sentence in prison prior …