Change in Burma: What you need to know

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Burma held its first elections in two decades almost a year ago - polls which saw military rule replaced with a military-backed civilian-led government.

Since then the government has freed pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi and held dialogue with her.

The BBC Burmese service's MyoTha Htet was recently allowed to enter Burma to report on the new government's parliament in session - the first such BBC visit in many years.

He explains the main changes and the reaction to them in Burma.

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