A total of 50 former political prisoners will be given 300,000 kyats per month to work in CSOs and media organizations in Burma.
Observers say Burma’s legal system is a holdover from the previous government upholding old policies, and reform is needed from its foundation.
Critics highlight some of the NLD government’s unpopular policies that could cost the party votes in the April 1 by-elections.
An investigation committee criticizes the township level NVC securitization body for ‘wrongly issuing full citizenship’ to 22 Muslim residents.
After meeting with Mon civil leaders, the New Mon State Party suggests they are moving towards signing nationwide ceasefire agreement.
By-elections highlight regional power imbalances and differences between the NLD and local ethnic parties.
Presidential spokesman Zaw Htay says shutting down account used by Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army was ‘very positive move from China.’
Thieves stab and tie up owner of 50th Street office and make off with cash and jewelry.
Ko Soe Min Min, 36, is in custody in an Irrawaddy Division hospital after using a hammer and sickle to break the statue.
Agricultural Bank of China shuts down account used by Kokang-based Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army to source donations.
With major events absent from headlines, questions arise on why government-run media has failed to reform under the NLD.
‘The silent sermons didn’t break any rules or laws, because I didn’t speak,’ says the nationalist monk.
Taxi booking service Grab is trialing its product in Rangoon and will scale up gradually, the company says.
Government and industry sources say PetroChina pipeline days away from pumping oil from Kyaukphyu, Arakan State to Yunnan, China.
Nationalist Ko Thet Myo Oo says the reporter insulted Buddhism during his press conference at the Myanmar Now office.