Myanmar nationals begin advance voting in Nepal, Israel

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Four Myanmar citizens cast advance votes at the Myanmar Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel on 5 October 2020. Photo: MNA

Myanmar eligible voters began their advance voting in Nepal and Israel yesterday. Three Myanmar citizens in Nepal cast their ballots at the Myanmar Embassy in Kathmandu, and four nationals at their embassy of Tel Aviv in Israel. Myanmar eligible voters in five countries continued advance voting for the 2020 General Election. Five hundred and thirty-six citizens cast their ballots in Thailand while 20 in Cairo, more than 1,700 in Singapore, 150 in Seoul and 402 in Tokyo at the embassies of respective countries.
Moreover, the Myanmar Embassy in London opened polling station for Myanmar nationals living in Ireland, Denmark and Sweden on 3 and 4 October and a total of 52 Myanmar nationals cast their advance votes –16 from Ireland and 18 each from Denmark and Sweden. The Myanmar citizens can cast their ballots at the embassy in London from 9 to 12 October. Seven Myanmar embassies opened polling stations for advance votes and Myanmar nationals living in Bangladesh, Brunei, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden and Eswatini finished their advance votes yesterday.—MNA (Translated by Khine Thazin Han)

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