Myanmar Election Results 2015: Aung San Suu Kyi Won With Majority

Myanmar Election Results 2015: After a long gap of 25 years, at last, the open elections held transparently and without any hurdles. As per the latest news coming from the nation, it has been noted that the National League for Democracy Party has been announced the winner as they bagged 163 seats out of 182 in Myanmar’s parliamentary election. It has won by raking almost 90% of the total seats. (watch: Dilwale Trailer.)



Ther person in spotlight who was expected to win held the hope of the people by winning. He is none other than Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel Peace Laureate has declared his victory by winning a seat in – Pyidaungsu Hluttaw.

In an interview with the BBC’s Fergal Keane, Ms Suu Kyi said the polls were not fair but “largely free”.
She said there had been “areas of intimidation”.



Myanmar Election Results 2015

This has been the first time in twenty-five years when the open elections has been conducted in the nation, Myanmar. The army rule was demolished in the year 2011, since then, it was governed by military backed – Union Solidarity Development Party (USDP). (read: Diwali Lakshmi Puja.)

The exit polls predictions suggested the NLD victory, it will need at least two-third of the contested parliamentary seats as even until now a quarter of parliamentary seats in Myanmar is reserved for the army.

Confident in the returns, Suu Kyi told the BBC Tuesday that the NDL is on a winning track.

The final results to the most democratic elections in the history of Myanmar in past 25 years would take days to come, but the current results and probabilities put to the expectation that the party would win around 75% of the seats.

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