Oct 07, 2015

Though barred from presidency, Suu Kyi says she'll lead gov't if her party wins Myanmar polls | Fox News

Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Wednesday if her party wins upcoming elections she will lead the country from behind the scenes — circumventing a clause in the constitution that bars her from the presidency.

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