The Union Election Commission has begun issuing voter slips to residents whose details appear incorrectly on the existing voter lists, in hopes of reassuring eager voters that their voice will be heard on the 8 November election day
Widespread reports of inaccurate and fraudulent voting lists has party officials questioning whether the April by-elections will be free and fair
Other claims of irregularities in Irrawaddy division village include wrong ID card numbers names of people who moved away
Burmese offer mixed opinions about the 7 November elections as voter lists are released with Suu Kyi’s name conspicuously absent
Aung San Suu Kyi’s party is pushing the slogan ‘Time for Change’ in Burma. Volunteers in their leader’s electorate say that change begins at home.
Aung San Suu Kyi asks Burma’s Election Commission to ‘do something about’ mounting reports of irregularities on voter lists
Union Solidarity and Development Party aim to recruit 15 million eligible voters as members in a move aimed at swelling their support base and campaign war chest
Aug 19, 2008 (DVB), Local officials in charge of areas that voted No in the constitutional referendum in May have been dismissed, while No voters have also faced retaliation from[…]