Aung San Suu Kyi's opposition party on Monday said they are on course to claim more than 70 percent of seats after Myanmar's poll, a gain that could bring a major power shift from the military.
"We are winning more than 70 percent of seats around the country, but the election commission has not officially confirmed yet," National League for Democracy party spokesman Win Htein told AFP.
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