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HLEGU, Myanmar - Voting began this city near Yangon and other parts of cyclone-ravaged Mayanmar Saturday on a referendum for a controversial constitution — but the balloting was delayed for two weeks in the hardest hit areas, including the capital.
The disaster that killed or left missing tens of thousands has overshadowed the vote, which even before the May 3 storm was considered by many a foregone conclusion because the rules are skewed in favor of the military junta that has ruled since 1962.