The NLD party representatives are urged to work harder to win the public trust and public support.
23 The News For 23 June 2018
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New research warns China's Belt and Road Initiative and the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor could face stiff public resistance if the projects fail to engage local communities.
USDP spokesman U Thein Tun Oo said an office for the special envoy in the country's capital would put Myanmar's sovereignty and unity at risk.
Myo Zaw Oo was arrested and charged under the Myanmar Penal Code for the rape and murder of Ma Shwe Yee Win, 26, a deputy supervisor of the FDA, in January.
The judges asked Myanmar to reply by July 27 to a request that the ICC should exercise jurisdiction over the alleged deportation of Rohingya to Bangladesh.
The effort is among the steps promised by the two countries' leaders to improve relations that had deteriorated over the North's nuclear and missile programs.
Patience and time are required to restore trust between the communities, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi told Christine Schraner Burgener, the UN special envoy on Myanmar.
The chief minister of Karenni State said his govt would push ahead with its plan to erect a large statue of Gen Aung San in the state capital despite some local opposition.
Nineteen Chinese citizens arrested at a beauty parlor allegedly operating as a brothel in Yangon face new charges on top of those filed under the Suppression of Prostitution Law.
Political circles are speculating that U Shwe Mann will establish a political party to contest the 2020 elections. Publicly, the ex-general is noncommittal.
China's commerce ministry accused the US of being temperamental over bilateral trade issues, and warned that the interests of US workers and farmers ultimately will be hurt.
Modern technology is fueling the modern-day slave trade. Experts wonder if the same high-tech toolkit can be used against the traffickers to rescue victims and stop slavery.
Police seize at least 18 billion kyats in property from suspects, open cases under Anti-Narcotics Law.
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