Burma is holding elections on Sunday. Voters will fill forty-five seats in elections for the national _____1or parliament.Yet the armed forces still have strong influence over the ______2. One-fourth of the seats are for military appointees.Since then, the government has ____3 restrictions on the media and freed hundreds of political prisoners. It also released the country's most famous _____4 leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, from house arrest. He recently visited Burma after living in____5 for twenty years. He says many Burmese are guarded about the reforms.Burmese exiles have long been _____6 of Burma's government.The party won parliamentary elections in nineteen ninety, but Burma's rulers never ______7 the results.This year, party leader Aung San Suu Kyi is a candidate, and is expected to win a seat in the legislature. On Friday, ________________________________8 at her home in Rangoon..But still, as we wish to work towards national reconciliation, we will try to tolerate what has happened. And we hope that ________________________________________________9 the intimidations and other irregularities that have been taking place."Some observers say the recent changes in Burma will have a big effect. Reporter Thiha Saw says___________________________10 .
Key to the Burma's Elections a Test for Reforms
8.the Nobel Peace Prize winner met with reporters and diplomats
9.the courage and resolution of the people will overcome
10.the vote will be an important test for the country