- Shan Nationalities League For Democracy
- (SNLD)In the General Election of May 27, 1990, the SNLD was the political party that won the second largest number of seats, 23 out of 56 contested in Shan State, surpassed nationwide only by the National League for Democracy (392 seats).
Historical Dictionary of Burma (Myanmar). Donald M. Seekins . 2014.
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