Telegraph: Aung San Suu Kyi meets Burma’s president after election win
The two met at the president’s official residence in the capital Naypyidaw and were expected to have lunch with Thein Sein’s family, according to her aides.
It was her second meeting with the former junta prime minister since he took office last year, marking the end of nearly half a century of outright military rule.
When asked by AFP earlier, Suu Kyi declined to say what she expected would be discussed during the closed-door talks, which a government official earlier described as “a private meeting”.
The veteran dissident has rejected suggestions that she could enter government after her by-election victory.
But she has not ruled out taking on an advisory role, particularly on the subject of the ethnic minority conflicts that have gripped parts of the country since independence in 1948.