Nearly 60 percent of Muslim candidates were rejected by election law  
Occurred in Myanmar, Myanmar on October 25, 2015
Reported by saieainsan via Internet on October 25, 2015, at 11:40 AM in Myanmar, Myanmar

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32 Muslim candidates were rejected by the election law's norms of citizens and that number is more than other three religious. 57.69 percent of Muslim candidates were rejected for this election.

Besides 32 Islamic candidates, 20 other religious candidates were rejected by that norms of citizen.Moreover, other 75 candidates were rejected by many reasons by the report of Union Election Commission.

There is 6065 candidates who got permission for this year election at current by the report.
U Thein Nyunt, Minister of President Office, have weakness by Election law's norms of citizens like rejected Muslim candidates and U Sein Win, Maubin public parliament and his competitor had protested him. But regional election commission and union election commission ignored for the weakness of U Thein Nyunt.

Ref: The Voice (Vol.3/No.171 )P. 1
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