Daw Aung San Suu Kyi warns people not to fall into the trap set to react reluctantly


The National League for Democracy (NLD) has called on the people to respond to the allegations, saying that they are trying to undermine the success of the election in various ways. State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi said. The announcement was made on the National League for Democracy’s Chair NLD Facebook page today (November 3).

“If you are angry, you have a lot of things to do,” he said. They are deliberately inciting the people to react reluctantly. Do not fall into this trap. I remember a saying that almost everyone knew when we were young. “What can I get?” “I’m still as thin as you.” I don’t know who “Thawa” is. But even children understand the meaning. So it is with us today. We have to be smarter than “savages”. You have to be able to control your mind. People who are better than “ordinary people.” Daw Aung San Suu Kyi warned.

As the number of elections dwindles, I think people will become more aware of how important these elections are to the country. The main thing is for the election to be stable and for the people to express their true aspirations successfully. “People are aware that they are trying to undermine the success of the election in various ways because they do not want it,” she wrote on the Chair NLD Facebook page. Suu Kyi also urged people to show that they are united by the look in their eyes when it is not possible to encourage each other with smiles because they have to wear masks.

If the situation is that it will affect the voting in accordance with the rules and regulations. If you notice any actions, please inform the polling station officials clearly. He also warned that people who observe the election at home and abroad on election day should be able to do so. There will be organizations, so the people’s political maturity, To show that you care about your own destiny. Aung San Suu Kyi, a consultant, also called for a show of respect for health regulations.

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi said she was envious of those who could go to the polls on election day and that she had voted in advance because she was over 60 years old. On the 8th, he said he would be with the people who are voting all over Burma.