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Burma Results 2015
Party Seats New +/- %
USDP Union Solidarity and Development Party 122 11 4.9
Mil Military 56 56 25
NLD National League for Democracy 5 135 130 60.3
SNLD Shan Nationalities League for Democracy 3 3 1.3
ANP Arakan National Party 6 10 4 4.5
NUP National Unity Party 5 1 -4 0.4
SNDP Shan Nationalities Democratic Party 4 -4
NDF National Democratic Force 2 -2
AMDP All Mon Region Democracy Party 4 -4
CNDP Chin National Democratic Party 2 -2
KPP Karen Peoples Party 1 -1
NDP National Development Party
MFDP Myanmar Farmers Development Party
MNP Mon National Party 1 1 0.4
KSDP Kachin State Democracy Party
TNDP Tai-Leng Nationalities Development Party
Ethn Other Party (Ethnic) 10 5 -6 2.2
Non-E Other Party (Non-Ethnic) 2 -2
Ind Independent 2 2 0.8
Party Seats New +/- %
USDP Union Solidarity and Development Party 217 30 -187 6.8
Mil Military 110 110 25
NLD National League for Democracy 38 255 217 58
SNLD Shan Nationalities League for Democracy 12 12 2.7
ANP Arakan National Party 7 12 5 2.7
NUP National Unity Party 12
SNDP Shan Nationalities Democratic Party 17 -17
NDF National Democratic Force 6 -6
AMDP All Mon Region Democracy Party 3 -3
CNDP Chin National Democratic Party 2 -2
KPP Karen Peoples Party 1 -1
NDP National Development Party
MFDP Myanmar Farmers Development Party
MNP Mon National Party
KSDP Kachin State Democracy Party 1 1 0.4
TNDP Tai-Leng Nationalities Development Party
Ethn Other Party (Ethnic) 12 12 2.7
Non-E Other Party (Non-Ethnic) 3 -3
Ind Independent 1 1 0.2

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HOUSE SEATS OVERVIEW

224 Seats Upper House

440 Seats Lower House

Burmese poets have long depicted the plight of the repressed through verse. Now, 11 of them will help write the nation’s laws.

RANGOON — Since colonial days, Burma’s poets have put pen to paper to express the mood of the people, describing...

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Military Chief Pledges Apolitical Duty to Nation’s Defense
Both sides agreed to follow the people’s wish to collaborate for the country’s stability, rule of law, national unity and development.
Military Chief Pledges Apolitical Duty to Nation’s Defense
The six-party dialogue was just nonsense and not effective. But now they will meet in private. If everything goes well, it will be a positive sign for the country.
Military Chief Pledges Apolitical Duty to Nation’s Defense
We will do it as the last task of our government’s reforms, and it will be our last victory.