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↑ abKyaw Yin Hlaing (agosto de 2007). «Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar: A Review of the Lady's Biographies». Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International & Strategic Affairs29 (2): 365.
↑Aung San Suu Kyi (1998). The Voice of Hope: Conversations with Alan Clements. Seven Stories Press. p. 163.
↑Stephen McCarthy (2004). «The Buddhist Political Rhetoric of Aung San Suu Kyi». Contemporary Buddhism5: 68.
↑Susanne Prager-Nyein (febrero de 2013). «Aung San Suu Kyi: Between Biographical Myth and Hard Realities». Journal of Contemporary Asia3 (43): 546-554. 10.1080/00472336.2013.771942.
↑Deutsche Welle Article: Sentence for Burma's Aung San Suu Kyi sparks outrage and cautious hope Quote: The NLD won a convincing majority in elections in 1990, the last remotely fair vote in Burma. That would have made Suu Kyi the prime minister, but the military leadership immediately nullified the result. Now her party must decide whether to take part in a poll that shows little prospect of being just.
↑Sharpe, Penny. «Daw Aung San Suu Kyi». Penny Sharpe MLC. Archivado desde el original el 30 de marzo de 2010. «In 1990, Suu Kyi stood as the National League for Democracy's candidate for Prime Minister in the Burmese general election. The NLD won in a landslide but the military junta refused to hand over power.»
↑twist in Aung San Suu Kyi's fate Article: How a Missouri Mormon may have thwarted democracy in Myanmar. By Patrick Winn — GlobalPost Quote: "Suu Kyi has mostly lived under house arrest since 1990, when the country's military junta refused her election to the prime minister's seat. The Nobel Peace Laureate remains backed by a pro-democracy movement-in-exile, many of them also voted into a Myanmar parliament that never was." Published: 21 May 2009 00:48 ETBANGKOK, Thailand
↑The line in question is Schedule Four of the 2008 Constitution (Form of Oaths or Affirmation), which states: "After being elected as an MP, I do solemnly swear to preserve, protect, and nurture the Constitution while following the nation's laws." (
Plantilla:My), officially translated as: "I do solemnly and sincerely promise that as an elected representative of the Hluttaw, I will uphold and abide by the Constitution of the Union."