Announcement of Union Election Commission 7 March 2021

Regarding the Multiparty General Election held on 8 November 2020, the Union Election Commission has inspected the withdrawal/receipt/use/remaining of ballot papers used for Pyithu Hluttaw Election of Mahaaungmye Township in Mandalay Region, together with the respective township election sub-commission, head of police force, Immigration and Population and administrator according to the Hluttaw Election Law Section 53.

According to inspection on the ground, a total of 84 poll stations in 18 wards of Mahaaungmye Township in Mandalay Region took out 175,796 ballot papers. It used 127,360 ballot receipts, and the remaining ballots were 47,447 instead of 48,436. The extra/shortage ballots were found at respective poll stations. The findings are as follows:

On the ground inspections on ballot papers for Pyithu Hluttaw Election of Mahaaungmye Township

Table 1 8 3 21

A total of 8705 ballots at 84 poll stations in 18 wards of Mahaaungmye were found missing. The exact remaining ballots must be 451 but found 8167 ballots on the ground inspection. Among these ballots, 7716 ballots were unused and the numbers of ballot papers were higher than the numbers of ballots issued by UEC. The township election sub-commission did not mention the names of voters, poll station, ward/village tracts on 332 ballot receipts out of 865.

The findings on the ground inspections on ballot papers of poll station-wise of wards for Pyithu Hluttaw Election in Mahaaungmye Township are as follows:

Table 2 8 3 21 1

Union Election Commission

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