The March 27 parade will follow coronavirus restrictions, says the military’s spokesman.
Speaker T Khun Myat has come under fire from the military for refusing its request to hold a special parliamentary session to examine fraud charges.
Avoiding the venue disputes that have led to the cancellation of talks with parties in other states, the NLD delegation also plans to meet a fourth party on Friday.
The military and USDP’s attempt to take electoral fraud claims to Parliament is irrelevant, Speaker T Khun Myat says.
The Kayah State Democratic Party is the second ethnic party to balk at a visiting NLD delegation’s demand that their meeting be held at the ruling party’s local office.
Aiming to discredit the NLD’s landslide victory, the military and Union Solidarity and Development Party have pressed to take the election fraud claims to parliament.
U Zaw Htay dismissed a legal challenge against the two leaders as sour grapes by the losers of the Nov. 8 general election.
The second Union Parliament controlled by the National League for Democracy will meet for the first time on Feb. 1, the speakers of the two chambers announced.
Two military-linked parties have applied to Myanmar’s top court claiming that the Nov. 8 general election was marred by fraud.
The Serum Institute of India is hoping to gain government approval for its coronavirus vaccine by the end of the month.
The ruling party has formed a working group consisting of three senior members to lead discussions with ethnic parties on forming new Union and local administrations.
Myanmar’s watermelons and avocados are heading for new markets as COVID-19 hits farmers, rice exporters allege Chinese fraud and the World Bank makes dire forecasts.
In a speech to mark International Anti-Corruption Day, U Win Myint said the government plans to simplify laws so that officials can’t exploit them for gain.
Yangon’s chief minister says residents are struggling with the financial stress caused by coronavirus rules.
The Union Election Commission says it has no legal obligation to provide documents related to voting.