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nnj until the data we have marked a story collection a mobile app changing the way young people get to know their future leaders that country's first free national vote in twenty five years happening on November eighth there are no election website to debate on TV but in Brainerd Yangon bureau chief anti fraud copy report absent social media are starting to fill the void young people here you don't we distinguish much between the internet different things expenditures one integral part of their lives probably would have taken hold here grandparents quickly across the country , and both twenty fifteen the mobile , internet content , help new boater sort through thousands of candidate even teaching them how to vote opinions and before I decided not to vote I thought it would be expensive to go home and none of the candidates are interesting I understand it clearly gnarled thanks to our I can see a breakdown of Yangon each division each concept and the procedure well I'm voting day the mobile area is a welcome relief for Myanmar's internet savvy generation getting them engaging ok I think vote between the ruling military and it democratic opposition favored to win