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What Should Americans Know About Burma's 2015 Elections

Article by Christopher Walsh October 23, 2015 //   1 minute read

The southeast Asian nation of Burma (also known as Myanmar) is set to hold nationwide multiparty elections on November 8, the first since 1990 when the country’s former military junta denied the opposition a landslide victory and put Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest. 

This week, Burmese Young Leaders participating in the Bush Institute’s Liberty and Leadership Forum will offer their perspective on the upcoming elections and the future of their country. Today we’re featuring an interview with Yan Htaik Seng, a journalist working with BBC Media Action.