- Abe to meet Suu Kyi first
- Kachin Consultative Assembly repeats its calls for full autonomy
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- 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
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True peace will come only if the government and the Kachin really want it, said La Mai Gonja from Peace-talk Creation Group (PCG), in reference to the ongoing peace talks between the state-sponsored Peace Committee and the Kachin Independence Organization.
Last Updated on Sunday, 12 May 2013 03:33
Myanmar’s opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi told at a conference on Friday that the severe restrictions that make the 2008 Constitution unchangeable must be removed before any constitutional amendment could take place.
Last Updated on Sunday, 12 May 2013 02:51
MPs will discuss the removal of the clause in Section 401 of the Code of Criminal Procedure used in granting presidential amnesties if and when the draft law is submitted to Parliament.
Last Updated on Saturday, 11 May 2013 00:46
Leaders from different ethnic parties said establishing federal system is impossible in accord with the 2008 Constitution during the second day of Myanmar Constitutional Democracy Workshop, held in Micasa Hotel Yangon.
Last Updated on Saturday, 11 May 2013 00:58
The 2008 State Constitution of Myanmar gives the military a much bigger role and the defence services commander-in-chief has more power than the president, a foreign law expert said.
Last Updated on Friday, 10 May 2013 23:47