The State Counselor’s concerns of slowing economic growth could be behind shuffle of energy and deputy finance ministers.
The NLD govt says the move was of U Pe Zin Tun’s ‘own volition.’
The Upper House rejects a proposal to dismantle the controversial statute, but votes affirmatively to amend it.
The region’s chief minister says that the auditor-general’s office is examining the use of 4 billion kyats of a missing 7.459 billion kyats.
Three-year-old boy contracts disease, as Lower House Parliament votes down an awareness campaign on virus.
The Myanmar Army files a lawsuit against two former members of the union, accusing them of inciting unrest in lyrics to their Thingyan songs.
Group lists issues plaguing region in open letter to govt.
Beyond a reported meeting with State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the details of the trip remain unclear.
Between 1,000 and 2,000 displaced persons in E-Tu Hta camp are facing the camp’s closure in September this year due to lack of aid.
National League for Democracy spokesperson U Win Htein’s health scare comes after a number of squabbles between ruling party and the military.
With the recent arrest of Ko Swe Win, The Irrawaddy profiles the journalists under attack for doing their jobs in Myanmar.
China is acting on false information of Northern Alliance assault, according to ethnic armed group.
Amid uptick in violence in northern Rakhine, police discover three mutilated bodies and arrest man suspected of attending militant training.
Two locals pay 5 million kyats bail to release Ko Swe Win from detention in Mandalay.
Govt representatives were there ‘to listen.’