Burma’s state-run broadcaster will carry 15-minute party political broadcasts throughout the 60-day campaign period ahead of the general election on 8 November, but authorities have dictated a number of red lines.
The ruling USDP has said will run in Kokang electorates. But is the war-torn region ready for polls so soon?
Arakanese party representatives disqualified by UEC for attacking previous military junta and USDP in election campaigns last year
Parliaments will be convened with representatives elected in the 7 November election before the end of January, said an elected USDP rep
Opposition party to sue Election Commission while the victorious USDP accuses opponent of buying votes prior to the polls
More than 4.5 million ballots lost or cancelled according to government figures that claim more than three-quarters of the country voted
Power-sharing deal on the cards as analyst claims the junta proxy is looking to appoint an ethnic leader as one of three vice-presidents
Influential abbot approached by top junta ministers with requests to secure support for the USDP from victorious Karen party
No surprises as pro-junta USDP sweeps three quarters of seats, while a symbolic victory is won for three ethnic parties who finished in the top five
State media issues warning to candidates unhappy with the election process as Aung San Suu Kyi fights the dissolution of her party
Released opposition leader picking up where her father left off as momentum grows over covening of ‘Panglong 2′ discussion
Complaints continue over illegal favouring of the junta-backed victors by election officials as one party calls for results to be nullified
NDF and DPM waiting for other parties to jump on board before making formal denouncement over allegations of vote-rigging
Report finds that illegal procedures on election day occurred but did not impact on the outcome, despite a raft of other charges brought