- Shan’s two major parties should merged: SNLD spokesman says
- All courts in Myanmar urged to lawfully deal with cases
- Abe to meet Suu Kyi first
- Kachin Consultative Assembly repeats its calls for full autonomy
- International community should deal with Myanmar after weighing its reforms: Min Ko Naing says
- Japanese PM to make first visit to Myanmar since 1988 military coup
- Thein Sein wraps up landmark US visit
- Judicial power must be free from executive interference
- China objects to participation of US, UK in peace talk
- Kayin Unity and Peace Council to act as mediator in negotiation among Kayin’s armed groups
The Shan Nationalities Democratic Party and the Shan Nationalities League for Democracy Party should be merged to move political role, SNLD spokesman Sai Leik said.
Last Updated on Saturday, 25 May 2013 19:37
Chief Justice Tun Tun OO, Chief of Supreme Court, has instructed all courts in all parts of the country to handle all legal cases in accord with legal procedures, secretary Win Myint of Rule of Law, Stability and Peace Committee said.
Last Updated on Saturday, 25 May 2013 18:20
Kachin National Consultative Assembly (KNCA) released a statement, on May 22 for the next peace talk calling for genuine federalism with full autonomy in its territory.
Last Updated on Friday, 24 May 2013 23:24
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who is now in Yangon, is going to first meet with opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Chairman of the National League for Democracy.
Last Updated on Saturday, 25 May 2013 19:27
88 Students Generation Peace and Open Society leader Min Ko Naing has advised the international community to weigh the country's reforms when dealing with Myanmar.
Last Updated on Friday, 24 May 2013 22:29