Federalism and constitutional reform are needed for nation building, according to a forum of civil society organizations.
‘Losing someone like U Ko Ni is such a deep loss for the National League for Democracy’ says the State Counselor in a rare public appearance.
At authorities’ press conference, home affairs minister Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe says that it is highly possible that extreme nationalism fueled the grudge.
Local villagers report life returning to normal after government say operations have ceased, but there are conflicting reports from the Army.
U Hla Shwe, a 1960s student activist, claims a state-run newspaper failed to explain the use of the term ‘kjat,’ slang for ‘chicken,’ to describe him.
A police court sentences border guard police colonels to one to three years in prison.
Research by the Ethnic Nationalities Affairs Center describes how natural resource revenue could be shared between Burma’s central and state govts.
The JCB for peace process funding, chaired by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, approves budget proposals of the peace process implementing bodies.
The ocean space management plan aims to maintain livelihoods that rely on the sea and protect Burma’s dolphins, sea turtles, and other species.
Delegates to the Panghsang summit call government peace efforts ‘confusing and unproductive,’ and say Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is not really in charge.
Burma officially launches a national education plan that sets strategic directions for educational reform over the next five years.
‘We condemn the government of Thailand for this ugly action against Buddhism,’ says Ma Ba Tha leader
U Htin Kyaw allows U Min Min Oo to resign from his positions as chief minister and state minister for municipal development and construction.
Most of the current complaints are reportedly related to the management of 100 million kyat regional development funds.
‘Arakan State is still not permitted to hold the national-level dialogue, and the government has given no concrete reason why,’ says ANP official.