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For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsYangon: Myanmar goes to the polls Sunday in an historic election that could thrust Aung San Suu Kyi’s pro-democracy party into power and pull the country away from the grip of the military Aung Sun Suu Kyi/ AP The Southeast Asian nation was ruled for five decades by a brutal junta that smothered opponents with violence jail and political sleight of hand But in 2011 the junta suddenly handed power to a semi-civilian government led by former generals Sweeping reforms since have loosened the straitjacketed economy and brought many freedoms to an isolated wearied people — including the release of most political prisoners Polls open at 6:00am (2330 GMT Saturday) and close in the late afternoon with official results expected to start trickling out by early Monday Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) party believes a fair vote will power it into government It is the first election the party has contested since 1990 when the NLD claimed a landslide only to see the army ignore the result and condemn Suu Kyi to spend most of the next 20 years under house arrest Suu Kyi — affectionately known as "Mother Suu" — towers over the country’s democracy movement acting as a galvanising force for the NLD Barred from presidency "I will vote for Daw Suu as she is the only one who can bring change for us" Nan Pan Aye 35 a shop owner in Karen State told AFP using the honorific "daw" "I can’t wait to vote for her. I will be at the polling station before it opens" she added But the 70-year-old Suu Kyi is barred from the presidency by a constitutional clause believed to have been inserted by the army drafters specifically to hamper her political rise She has also faced international censure for failing to speak up for the country’s embattled Muslim population — especially the ethnic Rohingya in restive Rakhine State But her supporters many of whom will vote for the first time on Sunday see an NLD win as a stepping stone to the fulfilment of her destiny to lead the country Waves of people are believed to have travelled to their home constituencies to vote in a sign of the enthusiasm for the landmark election Some 30 million people are eligible to vote with 91 parties standing in more than 300 constituencies To win a majority — and have free rein to chose its presidential candidate — the NLD needs to secure just over two thirds of the contested seats although it could still make alliances with smaller parties if it falls short It is up against the ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party a military-backed behemoth stacked with former military cadres including the bespectacled President Thein Sein a one-time top ranking junta general The USDP needs only around a third to join up the military bloc to select its presidential nominee The NLD also faces a formidable opponent in the shape of the army — 25 percent of all parliamentary seats are reserved for military appointees AFP Written by Tavleen Singh | Published: March 10 2013 2:05 am Related News What astonishing galvanisation one speech by Narendra Modi has caused in the higher echelons of the Congress party Nobody can remember when the Prime Minister was as animated as he was in the Lok Sabha last week And suddenly Rahul Gandhi is deigning to talk to reporters Was it the Gujarat Chief Ministers derisive references to the family that generated this change Or has the Congress party noticed that a general election looms ever closer and it has nothing new to offer voters except a reluctant prince Politicallythe leitmotif of this government has been corruption and on the economic frontthe leitmotif is that from dizzyingly high growth rates the economy has plummeted to the lowest in a decade If prices continue to rise and jobs continue to disappearno amount of free foodgrain is going to induce people to vote back the Congress But this weekI would like to talk about Rahul Gandhi I have hesitated so far to seriously analyse his political role because he has so rarely said anything that can be construed as a political thought Now that he hasit deserves some honest analysis A day after his unexpected press conference in which he declared that he would never be prime ministerI happened to be on an NDTV panel with a dedicated Rahul acolyte This gentleman was so passionate that he literally spat every time he mentioned Narendra Modis name Look at the difference between the two menhe shoutedhere is man who does not want power and there is a man who has shown that he is desperate for power I did not get a chance to take him up on thisbut would like to make the point here that Rahul already has more power than almost any politician in India other than his mother So why should he want something he already has What is more puzzling is his reluctance to implement the ideas he would like to dedicate his future political career to He wants to strengthen the Congress party by abolishing the high command (Mummy and him) and give power into the hands of more than 5000 elected representatives He would like to create between 40 and 50 Congress leaders capable of not just becoming chief ministers but even prime minister These are excellent ideas and would go a long way towards deepening democratic principles all the way down to the villages So why has Rahul not done anything more than talk Why are the Congress party ranks filled with heirs Why is dynastic democracy now so strong that even the humblest village headman does not give up his seat except to a relation It is true that the dynastic disease has infected nearly every other political partybut it is also true that these other parties are not led by men who profess to want to change anything They have a clear reason for bringing their wiveschildrenbrothers and sisters into politics and this is that in India political power is the easiest way to make a lot of money very quickly A clever political heir can make more money in five years than a successful businessman makes at the end of a lifetime Rahul Gandhi knows this as well as anyone else in politicsand if he wants to change thingsthen this is terrific But why does he not get on with it Why does he not begin by ensuring that next time the Congress party wins elections in some statethe high command is not given the task of choosing the chief minister Why does he not ensure that next time a parliamentary constituency reports a vacancyit does not get handed down to an heir These are things thatas a responsible political punditI have mulled over long and hard ever since Rahul made his political views public at that impromptu press conference last week At the end of all this mulling I am unable to tell you more than that I remain puzzled and mystifiedespecially by his description of himself as a parachute. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also assured a delegation of Northeast students in the capital that he would join their protest for speedy justice for Taniam.
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