Myanmar’s ruling party said on Monday it had won enough seats in parliament to form the next government, according to Rangoon, Reuters. Previously, the party said it was in the lead based on unofficial vote counting results. This is the second general election since the end of the military government in Myanmar. The party, led by Aung San Suu Kyi, won 322 seats in Parliament needed to form a government, but the election commission has yet to announce the official vote count, according to NLD spokesman Miao Niu. The NLD came to power after a one-sided victory in 2015, when it won a total of 390 seats, according to the report. According to the data collected at polling stations across the country, the previous achievement is expected to be broken.