This page contains reports from the Burma Campaign UK and other groups about the situation in Burma.
Human Rights Violations in Burma’s 2010 Elections
This report by The Network for Human Rights Documentation - Burma (ND-Burma) reveals the elections-related human rights violations committed by the regime and its proxies during and just after the Election Day, 7 November 2010. During the election process, numerous cases of intimidation, threats, coercion, voting fraud, vote stealing, vote rigging, and counting scandals occurred. Furthermore, strict prohibitions against elections observers, neglect of disagreements and complaints, abuse of state revenue, failure to uphold internationally-recognized elections standards, purposefully making inaccurate voter lists, unlawful canvassing, and impediments to free media’s access to elections-related information occurred nationwide.
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