Four villagers from Mrauk-U Township missing since AA, Tatmadaw clashed on Tuesday
Opposition lawmakers, the military and officials of the former government have had plenty to say about the NLD’s move to begin charter change.
A look at those articles of the Constitution the NLD is most likely to target for amendment first—and why.
ANP-dominant Rakhine parliament votes down military proposal calling for public support of army following heavy losses. AA suggests referendum to measure actual public support.
Group claims responsibility for landmine that struck Sittwe-based coach reportedly carrying soldiers in Ponnagyun Township on Sunday.
Suspicions mount that the Indian army, in sending troops to the border at Chin’s Paletwa Township, is working with the Myanmar military in its efforts to quash the AA.
Tatmadaw’s political role safeguards transition to democracy, Sen-Gen. Min Aung Hlaing tells Asahi Shimbun
In video address, he urges Arakanese everywhere to return to Rakhine and join ‘revolution’
For some, an increase in clashes with the Tatmadaw is a fair price to pay for having a locally based armed force fighting for their rights.
Tatmadaw appointees and USDP lawmakers have opposed the proposed committee structure which suggests representation according to Parliament proportion.
In video message to Arakanese community, he warns Tatmadaw will pay ‘eye for an eye’ if it continues to mistreat civilians
Naga group rejects Tatmadaw’s claim it is sheltering Indian rebels
Ruling party proposed forming a committee so that no side would lose face, NLD lawmaker says.
Sick children are among the group, who lack food and shelter; they claim Tatmadaw torched their homes, aid worker says.
He says Tatmadaw wants to get peace talks on track and facilitate IDPs’ return; Myitsone Dam ‘in Parliament’s hands’