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Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Wednesday she wants to forge a better relationship with the military establishment to win its cooperation to reform the country’s controversial constitution.

In a lecture to students at the University of Tokyo, the 67-year-old head of the National League for Democracy also called for a free and fair electoral system to be established in her fast-changing country, saying that elections are “the beginning of democracy.”

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