By: Nuon Borin | VOD Hot News on Wednesday, 11 November 2015
National League for Democracy, Aung San Suu Kyi argued that won the majority of parliamentary seats both the lower house and the upper house is nearly 90 percent, despite Election Commission has not officially announced yet.
The announcement of the opposition, while the Burmese newspaper The Irrawaddy reported that President Thein Sein announced on television this evening to recognize the election results and hailed the victory of the opposition led by Aung San Suu Kyi.
According to sources of the National League for Democracy party would get 380 seats out of a total of 498 seats placed to compete. National League for Democracy party’s victory in parliamentary elections on 8 November was seen as a landslide victory again this opposition as the 1990 elections. Unfortunately, the military refused to hand over power. But now, Thein Sein and Aung Berlin army chief has promised that will not cause a military coup took place.