A graphic guide to the work of the joint parliamentary panel set up to draft changes to the 2008 Constitution, which submitted a list of 3,765 proposals on Monday.
In proposed charter changes, ANP, SNLD and others call for immediate return to barracks, while the NLD suggests a gradual phasing out of the Tatmadaw from Parliament.
As Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing grooms his juniors, who is likeliest to take his place when he steps down, and what do recent military shake-ups mean for the 2020 elections?
A reluctance to engage with or listen to the wishes of ethnic communities and political parties mean the NLD will be more contested than ever in the upcoming election.
A Party spokesperson says most of the complaints are fabricated by party members seeking to gain an advantage in upcoming elections.
The formation of a new immigration and human resources ministry was proposed by President U Win Myint and rejected in the state parliament mostly by Arakan National Party members.
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses the legality of the appeal by the Buddha Dhamma Prahita Foundation, formerly known as Ma Ba Tha, for citizens to reject the government, and the significance
Amid questions over his ties to both the USDP and NLD, ex-general and former House speaker says he founded the Union Betterment Party to serve the people.
Speaking on her 74th birthday, State Counselor reminds party’s lawmakers they have a duty to their country and constituents.
Large crowds clad in adoring T-shirts turn out to wish the State Counselor a happy 74th birthday in Yangon, Mandalay and elsewhere.
Successor organization to Ma Ba Tha accuses govt of failing the ‘country, race and religion’; ruling party spokesman says voters won’t be swayed by religious extremism.
Shah Ali Farhad says Dhaka is concerned that links between NLD and Bangladesh’s ruling Awami League have suffered since Rohingya crisis began in 2017.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s letter of condolence to former dictator U Than Shwe on the loss of his son-in-law has caused a stir, but it should come as no surprise.
This week, Dateline and guests discuss the 2020 elections, ethnic parties and the NLD.
Proposals to be submitted to Parliament next month; report recommends articles be repealed, amended, expanded or retained.