Agence France-Presse (The Jakarta Post)
Yangon, Myanmar ● Sat, January 28 2023
Myanmar’s junta on Friday gave political parties two months to re-register under a strict new electoral law written by the military, the latest sign it is planning fresh polls this year.
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