efe-epaBy Mratt Kyaw Thu and Carlos Sardiña Galache Yangon/Bangkok

Marked by restrictions imposed due to the pandemic, Myanmar officially began Tuesday the electoral campaign for the general elections in November, in which popular leader Aung San Suu Kyi is expected to win another term, despite the unresolved conflicts in the country.

The Nobel Peace Prize winner, who had retained great popularity in the country despite convictions abroad for the repression against the Rohingya minority during her mandate, decided not to hold the first campaign event scheduled for Tuesday at the request of the Ministry of Health.