"There is no way to reliably predict the outcome of Sunday's parliamentary election in Myanmar — the first time in a generation that the opposition has the opportunity to seize power from the military. But the country's heart seems to remain with the leader of the National League for Democracy, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. Her rallies across the country have been drawing frenzied crowds. Although the Constitution bars her from becoming president, #SuuKyi left no doubt that she would be in charge. "I will be above the president," she told @nytimes, adding that she had "already made plans" to run the government if her party wins a majority. @adamjdean photographed this political poster at a political rally in #Yangon, Myanmar." By nytimes on Instagram.
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