Nov 09, 2015

An ecstatic nation awaits Suu Kyi’s historic election win | TODAYonline

YANGON — Voices rang out in unison today (Nov 9), as hundreds of jubilant people gathered outside the opposition party headquarters where images of Aung San Suu Kyi were being shown on large-screen TVs. Results from Myanmar’s historic election were still not final, but opposition leaders were convinced of success and their supporters were celebrating. “She’s the people’s leader who the whole...

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