Myanmar's election is being seen as a chance for another step towards democracy.
The National League for Democracy - the party of opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi - is widely expected to win Sunday's poll.
President Thein Sein says the government and the military will respect the result. Military leaders partially handed over power to a civilian government in 2011.
However, the military still wields a great deal of power. The constitution says 25 percent of the seats in parliament are reserved for the military.
So, is Myanmar really on a path to democracy? And is the military willing to cede more power?
Presenter: Laura Kyle
Nyantha Maw Lin - Managing Director of Vriens and Partners.
Marie Lall - South Asia and Myanmar specialist of University College London.
Ashley South - Independent analyst and consultant specialising in ethnic politics in Myanmar.
Source: Al Jazeera