Would-Be Lawmakers From Burma’s 1990 Elections to Meet
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Would-Be Lawmakers From Burma’s 1990 Elections to Meet

The elected representatives who won seats in Burma’s 1990 election, the results of which were ignored by the ruling military junta, are set to hold a meeting for the first time, the Myanma Freedom Daily reports. Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy won a landslide in the elections, in which total of 130 parties took part. Organizer Sein Myint told the newspaper that the would-be lawmakers would meet at Rangoon’s Roal Rose Hall on March 22 and will “discuss the 2008 constitution drafted by the army without allowing us, lawmakers, who have a mandate to draft the constitution to participate.”


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