Burmese Military Arrests Politicians For Election Fraud, 3490
Good evening, I’m still reporting on elections elsewhere.
The Burmese military has arrested the nation’s political leaders who supported purported widespread election fraud in November’s elections.
Burma is now called Myanmar. Early on Monday morning, the Burmese military arrested Myanmar's state counselor and president, after widespread allegations that they had committed election fraud.
The official election results in Myanmar show that the liberal National League for democracy ( NL D ) had one the race . However the conservative nationalist union solidarity and development party (USD P ), which is supported by the country's military, lost several seats in the Myanmar parliament.
In mid January, the USDP released 94,242 cases of election fraud in six townships, And then called for a new election supervised by the military and the country's election Commission.
In one village an underage girl was able to cast a vote. “she was forced by her neighbor to go vote.”
The spokesman for the Miramar military, said that there were 8.6 million voting irregularities in 314 townships including people who had voted multiple times, and he urged the election Commission to take action.
However, the election Commission did absolutely nothing. Then the head of the Burmese military called for the election Commission to provide final voter list for crosschecking. Again, the election Commission did nothing. Their only response was :
“weakness and errors in voters lists cannot cause voting fraud .”
as a result of such a weak kneed response, the military issued an ultimatum to the NDL government suggesting that the role of the armed forces was to stop government from abusing the nation's laws.
Again, neither the nation's election Commission, nor the parliament, did anything about it. Consequently, the military decided they had no alternative but to arrest the politicians who are not abiding by the nation's constitution and laws.
in the latest twist of this story the new Biden White House To be out is said to be outraged about the arrests, After the BBC reported that a Liberal Party leader told supporters in a letter that the military's actions would put the country back under a dictatorship.
Joe Biden was said to be outraged especially after “the media” of the nation said there was no fraud.
The White House released the following statement :
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