Opposition party, finance company accused of arranging loans for constituents ahead of vote
The party will cooperate with ethnic and other like-minded parties in hopes of creating a third party alliance to contest the 2020 elections.
The former Irrawaddy Region Chief Minister U Thein Aung allegedly transferred the funds to a foundation before handing power to the new government in early 2016.
Party’s Central Executive Committee finds that L Phaung Sho’s use of Catholic church land violated its internal rules.
The new party states that it will forge alliances in hopes of forming a coalition government in 2020.
Ruling party’s Executive Committee reviewing Nov. 3 poll results, announces ground-level revamp to prepare for 2020 election
Senior Communist Party of China official Song Tao says Beijing backs continued political role for Tatmadaw.
Pro-democracy activists criticize that the junta has restricted fundamental civil rights.
For many Americans, Tuesday's congressional midterm elections are a referendum on President Donald Trump’s divisive persona, hardline policies and pugnacious politics.
Increasingly out of touch with voters, the NLD’s failure to tackle economic issues and its own structural problems could force it into alliances with ethnic parties in the next e
Exercising freedom of expression is not a crime in a democratic society, yet it is in Myanmar.
Vietnam's ruling Communist Party publicly criticized a prominent and outspoken academic for publishing translations of books it said were critical of socialism and one-party rule.
PM Sheikh Hasina will sit down to unprecedented talks with the opposition to discuss installing a caretaker government ahead of December's election.
Just three years after being voted out in a presidential election in Sri Lanka, strongman Mahinda Rajapaksa is back at the center of power.
Spokesman warns of legal repercussions if allegations of spending irregularities do not get satisfactory response