Yangon Region police say 95 cases have been opened due to complaints filed in relation to the November 8 election.
Students who have spent the past eight months in prison following a brutal police crackdown are suffering from a range of diseases, including tuberculosis, relatives say.
Two elections took place on November 8. One was held in the glare of local and international publicity, treating viewers to the sight of millions of civilians queuing patiently to cast their votes in schools converted for the day into polling stations.
Nearly 50 representatives from political parties meeting to push forward the peace process have agreed on common points to form the basis of political dialogue with the ethnic armed groups that signed the nationwide ceasefire agreement last month.
It is likely to take at least a year until constitutional change can be achieved, a National League for Democracy spokesperson says, rejecting speculation that the current parliament would agree to amend section 59(f) to allow Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to become president after her landslide election victory.