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  1. After the election: Reflections from Kayan Women’s Organisation

    BY BETHIA BURGESS In the days after Myanmar’s 2020 election, I spoke to ethnic women around Myanmar about their perspectives on the results and the issues …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2020/11/25/after-the-election-reflections-from-kayan-womens-organisation

  2. After the election: Reflections from Khin Khin Mra

    BY BETHIA BURGESS In the days after Myanmar’s 2020 election, I spoke to ethnic women around Myanmar about their perspectives on the results and the issues …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2020/11/25/after-the-election-reflections-from-khin-khin-mra

  3. Reading Myanmar’s 2020 Elections

    BY TAMAS WELLS – This article first appeared in Election Watch at the University of Melbourne – An expected victory by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2020/11/25/reading-myanmars-2020-elections

  4. Federalism & the Timing of Elections in Myanmar

    BY MICHAEL BREEN The upcoming election in Myanmar is not just to elect a new national parliament, but also to elect new parliaments in the states …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/myanmar-research-network/2020/11/25/federalism-the-timing-of-elections-in-myanmar