release of all political prisoners, including NLD leaders
amendment of some non-democratic provisions of the constitution
holding of inclusive, free and fair elections under international supervision.
The Committee Representing the People’s Parliament (CRPP) in Burma announced it would boycott the junta’s planned elections following a meeting held on Sept 3.
Breakaway Pro-Election NLD members --> NDF Party
On May 6th 2010, former National League for Democracy party central committee members and other members formed a new party called the United Democratic Force (UDF) or National Democratic Force (NDF) to contest in Elections and registered with the Election Commission in Mid-May 2010.
Former NLD central committee members Khin Maung Swe, Dr. Than Nyein, Dr. Win Naing, Thein Nyunt, Thein Hla Oo, Soe Win, Than Win and 21 other party members reached the decision at a meeting in Rangoon
Inter-party split In Mid-March 2010, party sources said that Aung Shwe, chairman of the National League for Democracy (NLD), told members of the party's Central Executive Committee (CEC) that he supported party re-registration. However Aung San Suu Kyi condemned the party on May 14th, saying the formation of a new party was incompatible with the democratic process. In response on May 17th, NDF's leader Dr. Than Nyein said Aung San Suu Kyi should understand the right of individuals to form a new party.
Election related statements
26 Oct 2010 - The NLD released a party statement saying that the poll will only prolong military dictatorship and noted that citizens had the right not to vote. 6 Aug 2010 - Aung San Suu Kyi says she is pleased with her party's decision not to contest upcoming general elections
23 Mar 2010 - Aung San Suu Kyi told her lawyers that she is against her party being registered with the Election Commission and running for elections
1st week Jan 2010- reiterate its prerequisites in the Shwegondaing Declaration.