- Thein Sein wraps up landmark US visit
- Judicial power must be free from executive interference
- China’s objects participation of US, UK in peace talk
- Kayin Unity and Peace Council to act as mediator in negotiation among Kayin’s armed groups
- Monopolistic state-run newspapers' new moves create competitive market with private newspapers
- China should discuss Myitsone issue only with president: Suu Kyi
- Thein Sein warns against those opposing reform
- President Thein Sein invites US investments for development of Myanmar’s middle class
- Parliament likely to seek approval for freeing remaining political prisoners
- Obama vows to assist in Myanmar's political and economic reform
President Thein Sein has arrived back in Yangon after paying a three-day state visit to the United States to meet President Barack Obama at the White House.
Last Updated on Friday, 24 May 2013 00:28
The clause of “the President’s direct appointment to the Chief Justice” prescribed in the Constitution must be amended because it enables disruption to rule of law, MP Aung San Suu Kyi said at the media conference held at parliament building on May 21.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 May 2013 23:49
The Kayin Unity and Peace Council will act as a mediator the peace negotiation various Kayin’s armed groups with the hope of achieving national reconciliation, Man Aung Pyi Soe of Phalon Sawaw Democratic Party said.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 May 2013 09:48
China’s objection has led to the removal of the participation of the United States and the United Kingdom as observers in a peace talk between the government and the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO), San Aung of Peace Coordinating Group (PCG) said.
Last Updated on Friday, 24 May 2013 00:50
After decades of monopolizing the news industry, state-owned newspapers are exploring ways to make the transition into a new media environment shaped by fierce competition among the privately owned publications, editors of the different newspapers said.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 22:11