epa03167483 Buddhist monks, who are not allowed to vote, watch the voting in parliamentary by-elections at Wahtheinkha village, Kawmhu township, Myanmar, 01 April 2012. Myanmar democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi stayed overnight in Wahtheinkha to visit this voting station, part of the constituency is which she is running for a seat in parliament for the National League for Democracy party, as millions of people in Myanmar, under military rule for decades, headed to vote in the by-election that could see Suu Kyi in parliament. It is the first election the Nobel peace laureate Suu Kyi, 66, has contested, as she was under house arrest during Myanmar's past two general elections in 1990 and 2010. EPA/BARBARA WALTON
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