Voter Fraud: Army and Election Commission

voter fraud: An order by acting President Myint Swe, a former general aligned with the army, granted full authority to the army chief to run the country, saying it was necessary to act now before the new parliament sessions began this week. ; If such a problem is not addressed properly, then there will be obstacles in the nation's democratic transition, the order said, according to The Japan Times. The army statement said voter rolls would be checked and the election commission would be re-established. Army chief Min Aung Hlaing's office said he took the action in response to alleged voter fraud and the military would hold a free and fair general election after the emergency is over. Myo Nyunt, a spokesman for the ruling National League for Democracy, confirmed Suu Kyi and President Win Myint had been detained in what he called a coup. TV channels, phone and internet communications were all spotty, making it difficult to get information from the country. It was unclear how many people were held, and under what terms. ( As reported in the news.

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