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Naipyidó (Myanmar), Jan 26 (EFE / EPA).- (Camera: Nyein Chan Naing) The spokesman for the Myanmar Military Army, General Zaw Min Tun, offered a press conference on Tuesday in which he said the elections last November in the country were not "free or fair."FOOTAGE OF THE PRESS CONFERENCE.

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