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The mechanics of the elections

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Once the seats of Myanmar's parliament are filled, the first order of business will be choosing a president.   © Reuters

Myanmar's electoral process had a dramatic, if shaky, start when President Thein Sein -- with the support of the military -- forcibly ousted parliamentary Speaker Shwe Mann from the leadership of the ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party, and moved his own loyal officials into place.

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