DVB Debate’s first all-female panel dissect the elements in Burmese law and society which contribute to the problem of sexual violence and gender discrimination.
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House speaker Shwe Mann tells reporters in Naypyidaw on Tuesday that any amendments to the 2008 Constitution will only be enacted after next year’s general elections.
Addressing the nation on the occasion of the 94th National Day on Sunday, Burma’s President Thein Sein noted that his government will prioritise raising education standards.
Around 450 acres of land belonging to 123 farmers in Dhammange, Phalanbin, Jobintha and Shasaybo villages were allegedly confiscated in 1991 by the Burmese army.
The world’s largest aerospace company, Boeing, has announced a deal with Burmese firm Air Mandalay to provide an unspecified number of 737 aircraft.