- 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
Min Ko Naing, a leading democracy activist in Myanmar will visit South Korea tomorrow to receive his "Gwangju Prize for Human Rights" for 2009 awarded by the May 18 Memorial foundation.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 22:41
Chinese and American ambassadors to Myanmar met separately with the leaders of 88 Generation Peace and Open Society on May 13.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 22:00
Dictatorial rule cannot reign if the people of a country fully understand their sense of responsibility, Myanmar's opposition leader said.
Last Updated on Monday, 13 May 2013 23:04
Ye Htut, deputy information minister and spokesperson of the President Office, has rejected accusations against him of being Dr Seik Phwar, a mysterious blogger who has criticized opposition parties, media, and parliament members on the internet.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 13:12
Myanmar's national reconciliation process requires constructive cooperation among the government, military, parliament and national people as well as the abolition of draconian laws, say politicians, ethnic leaders and MPs.
Last Updated on Sunday, 12 May 2013 19:00