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nnnnn a blow for democracy in myanmar parliament feeling this week to pass changes to the constitution that would strip the military a veto power and remove a clause barring opposition leader aung san suu kyi from running for president in november elections the nobel peace prize laureate says she wasn't surprised by the results there wouldn't be here if we do not need to step back from the election because of today's result i believe people will be able to decide whom to support as they now know who wants change , it's been four years since the junta promise to make way for civilian rule but in reality the same generals who isolated the country for nearly two decades are still calling the shots waters to mclaughlin in yangon under memoirs current constitution the military is twenty five percent of seats in all of it in parliament , this gives an effective veto over any proposed changes to the , situation and we saw the military exercise that yesterday we saw a clear indication yesterday that they don't have interested yet in loosening their degree of that they have on the political the political structure %HESITATION within him or , certainly dominating the domestic media today and discussions that people are having you know downtown on the street i think there's certainly some disappointment among people that more meaningful changes did not take place under the current constitution suu kyi cannot become president because her two children are british citizens as was her late husband