According to the Russian Sputnik news agency on February 1, according to Myanmar news website Irrawaddy on Monday, according to a member of a political party, the Myanmar military searched the headquarters of the ruling party, the National League for Democracy (NLD), and confiscated computers and Document.
The member said that the military did not specify when the NLD would be allowed to reopen its headquarters.
Myanmar held federal parliamentary elections last November, and the NLD won more than half of the seats in the federal parliament and continued to govern.
Recently, the Myanmar military and the NLD have been divided over the results of the general election.
Military television said that the military believed that there was fraud in the general election, asked the Election Commission to investigate, and postponed the convening of a new federal parliament, but it was rejected.
The first meeting of the Loksya Jirga (the lower house) of Myanmar’s new Federal Parliament was originally scheduled to be held on February 1 this year.