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Tin Aye

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President  Thein Sein
Nationality  Burmese
Service/branch  Myanmar Army
Constituency  Tada-U Township
Rank  Lieutenant general
Succeeded by  Khin Thanda
President  Thein Sein
Name  Tin Aye

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Preceded by  Constituency established
Born  20 October 1945 (age 70) Letsaungyu village, Tada-U Township, Burma (1945-10-20)
Political party  Union Solidarity and Development Party

Education  Defence Services Academy

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Tin Aye (Burmese: တင်အေး) (born 20 Остоber 1945) is a retired Burmese lieutenant general and previously chaired the country's Union Election Commission (UEC). In the Burmese general election, 2010, he contested a Pyithu Hluttaw seat in Tada-U Township and won. However, he vacated his seat in February 2011 to assume a new position, as Chairman of the UEC. He graduated from the Defence Services Academy and is a decorated soldier, having received 15 decorations. He formerly served as the chairman of Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings (UMEHL), an conglomerate owned by the Burmese military.


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