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ELECTION WATCH BULLETTIN
The Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in
NLD has expanded the Central Committee and is asking to convene a meeting of the Central Executive Committee including Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. U Tin Oo, former General and NLD Deputy Chairman, has been released on February 13 after serving a long term house arrest. U Tin Oo will continue to work fully for the party. In an interview, he declared that it is too early for NLD to decide whether it will participate in the election. He recalled the importance of the respect of freedoms of association and expression and also stated that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi must be granted a future key political role for the seek of reconciliation. Instead, the NLD leader’s appeal on her last sentence has been turned down by the Supreme Court. The lawyers have announced that they will issue a new appeal, the last possible internal remedy, before the Nation Chief of Justice.