Opposition Dismantled In Myanmar

Myanmar's main opposition party, the NLD, is on the path to dissolution as the registration deadline passes for the country's first general election in two decades. The decision is a controversial one, with many seeing the dissolution of the party as the vanishing of the one political opposition outlet left. The party, led by the famously detained Aung San Suu Kyi, is protesting the junta's undemocratic election laws while searching of other ways to be the voice of the resistance.

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