Myanmar Map 2015

Maps of Myanmar 2015

The Myanmar 2015 elections information page includes maps, GIS data sets and some reference documents. Aung San Suu Kyi's party won a majority in both houses in the 2015 elections. The interactive map shows the 2015 election results of Pyithu Hluttaw, the lower house of Myanmar's bicameral legislation. Chart of refugees and migrants abandoned at sea in Southeast Asia in May 2015. The GDACS LIVE map integrates geodata from various sources to monitor floods in Myanmar after heavy rainfall from early July 2015.

2015 Myanmar elections | MIMU

In this section, the papers and charts are part of an elective guide produced by the International Foundation for Electronic Systems (IFES) in cooperation with the Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU). Districts and results - which include voter turn-out, void ballots, number of nominees per district, pre-selections and transmitted ballots - and areas where ballots have been canceled for safety concerns, are informed by the Union' s Federal Electoral Commission (UEC).

Hluttaw Pyithu results: Interactiv map

The 2015 results of the Pyithu Hluttaw, the lower chamber of Myanmar's dual-chamber legislation, are shown on this map. Click here for an animated map of Amyotha Hluttaw, the Lords' Parliament, and to see how these results look compared to the 2010 and 2012 polls, click here. The map was created by DRI as part of the Steps Initiative for Democracy.

It has been prepared with European Union funding, but its content is the exclusive competence of DRI and should under no circumstance be considered an EU formal stand.

Further case studies

Myanmar's wealthy - but largely uncharted - minerals have, among other things, brought mines to the top of the debate on new overseas investments. However, opaqueness in the regulative context, policy and societal questions and the practices of the cumbersome Production Sharing Contract (PSC) demands have slowed down economic expansion in the coal and steel industry; until recently, it was only Chinese, Thai, Hong Kong and Vietnam that had the vulnerability to take risks.

Some of the most mineral-rich areas of the nation will find that the mine risks of conflicts have hindered the exploration of large quantities of mines. As Myanmar has made progress towards a nationwide ceasefire deal and announced a proposed nationwide ceasefire deal in the second half of 2015, figures gathered by the US Campaign for Burma, an American NGO, show that there are frequent cases of violent conflicts in the states of Kachin and Kayin along the Thai and China frontiers.

Tractus has been advising customers throughout Asia, especially in Myanmar, on their FDI strategies for almost two decadeĀ . Commitments to Myanmar's mine interests include regulatory analyses, feed-channel analyses, investments viability surveys and underwriting. For more information on Tractus' work in Myanmar and throughout Asia, please click here.

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