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Myanmar junta claims 92.4 percent approval for constitution

Myanmar announced Thursday that a constitution had won overwhelming support in a referendum, a claim derided by opposition figures and rights advocates. The document, which critics say will cement nearly four decades of military rule, was approved by 92.4 percent of the 22 million eligible voters Saturday, Aung Toe, head of the Referendum Holding Committee, said on state radio. He put voter turnout at more than 99 percent. Full Story

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