“Because our country is in a strategic position, it could become a battleground if a wrong position is taken. It is necessary to be aware of this,” Brig. Gen. Maung Maung said.
USDP and military representatives in Parliament have opposed the proportional breakdown of the proposed committee for amending Myanmar’s disputed Constitution.
Tatmadaw appointees and USDP lawmakers have opposed the proposed committee structure which suggests representation according to Parliament proportion.
The talks aim to pave the way for formal talks in Naypyitaw, but the extent to which the groups can push forward in negotiating their demands remains to be seen.
Ceasefire cannot cover Rakhine as threat remains from ARSA and ‘insurgent’ attacks by AA on police, senior Army officers say
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses the possible effects of the armed group’s deadly Jan. 4 attacks on both the domestic and regional security situations.
However, some observers are puzzled by the military’s willingness to deal with TNLA, AA and MNDAA
Standing Committee statement repeats objection to Tatmadaw’s “new” conditions for implementing the NCA
TNLA, Arakan Army, MNDAA meet government negotiators for trust-building talks, participant says.
The Federal Political Negotiation and Consultative Committee donated more than 400 million kyats to Myanmar flood victims through the National Reconciliation and Peace Center.
As third session of Panglong Peace Conference ends, some ethnic delegates complain Part Two of Union Accord ignores their suggestions
Conditions include commitment to dialogue process and a pledge to disarm.
Too soon for decision on signing NCA, Kachin leader says after FPNCC members meet with state counselor, Army chief
Mongla Group supports peace, but the path to that goal is not the same for all groups, general secretary U Kyi Myint says.
UPC Secretariat Proposes July 11 Start for Latest Round of Peace Talks