Myanmar military reels out new laws for political parties

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Myanmar’s military, has announced a strict new law on political parties.

The law, signed by coup leader Min Hlaing, replaces legislation from 2010, bars parties and candidates deemed to have links to individuals or organizations.

It stated that parties that want to contest the national election will also need to secure at least 100,000 members within three months of registration and have funds of 100 million Myanmar kyat.

The military seized power on February 1, 2021, in the wake of an election that returned her National League for Democracy to office.

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