A committee has been formed to counter Union Solidarity and Development Party accusations that teachers assigned to polling stations committed electoral fraud.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing reaches retirement age next year but it is unknown if he will step down.
Fighting has recently ceased between Myanmar’s military and the Arakan Army with civilians hoping the ceasefire can be extended into 2021.
U Htike Zaw was shot dead at his home in Kyaukme Township, where civilians are often targeted, sparking fears that his death could start a wave of political violence.
The authorities are reporting a spike in coronavirus cases after this week’s National League for Democracy victory celebrations.
Shan Nationalities League for Democracy spokesman Sai Leik says the new government should offer jobs to ethnic political leaders and devolve powers away from Naypyitaw.
National League for Democracy vice-chairman Dr. Zaw Myint Maung rejects claims the party ignores Myanmar’s ethnic minorities.
The military proxy Union Solidarity and Development Party blames its humiliating electoral defeat on alleged massive fraud.
The military proxy Union Solidarity and Development Party won seats in Shan State because armed militia chiefs told villagers how to vote, claim other parties.
The National League for Democracy leader says coronavirus is likely to spread more rapidly because of large gatherings by her supporters.
The military proxy Union Solidarity and Development Party used the example of a voter with disabilities as proof of electoral fraud.
The armed group has called for voting to be held in Rakhine State by the end of the year in the areas where it was canceled.
“There was no coordination with the Tatmadaw about it nor is it the stance of the Tatmadaw,” said Maj-Gen Zaw Min Tun.
Among the senior USDP’s figures running for election on Sunday, only the party chair and a former minister have won so far.
The US election monitoring body says Sunday’s general election was largely free and fair but has called for the military to lose its parliamentary seats.