Lawmakers say Burma’s incoming chief ministers will be appointed during Monday’s regional parliamentary sessions.
The United Wa State Army invites ethnic armed groups in ongoing conflict with the government to a meeting at its Panghsang headquarters in Shan State.
A groundbreaking ceremony for a museum dedicated to Burma's last dynasty is held in Mandalay.
A five percent tax on cell phone users, previously postponed after being met with intense backlash from the public, is set to go into effect on April 1.
An 11th hour decision by the outgoing Burmese government to grant citizenship to tens of thousands of ethnic Chinese in northern Shan State raises eyebrows.
After months of delay, a telecoms license is awarded by the govt to three shareholders in a joint venture among local and foreign firms.
While flyovers are not alleviating the city’s standstill traffic, demolishing them to develop other infrastructure wastes taxpayer money, lawmakers say.
President-elect Htin Kyaw nominates the chairman and members of the Union Election Commission, choosing five men to oversee Burma’s 2020 general election and related matters.
The NLD chairwoman urges ANP lawmakers to collaborate with an NLD-led cabinet in Arakan State.
The Irrawaddy looks at the selection of ministers put forward by the National League for Democracy and military.
Despite controversy over a phony doctorate, Parliament approves Kyaw Win as Burma’s presumptive minister of National Planning and Finance, along with 17 other cabinet nominees.
A report by Amnesty International calls for the immediate release of all prisoners of conscience in Burma, and highlights the reform challenges that lie ahead.
Mandalay Division’s parliament formed four regional parliamentary committees, out of what is expected to be a final total of twelve.
A trio of climbers hopes to become the first Burmese nationals to summit the world’s tallest peak, a climb expected to take over two months.
Twenty-four fishing slaves prepare to return to Myanmar from Indonesia as an aid worker calls the 1,200 repatriated since last year the “tip of the iceberg.”