Bullet Points: 24 July 2014

On today’s edition of Bullet Points:

Ethnic leaders have high expectations for Laiza ceasefire talks, as they prepare for the NCCT meeting on Thusday.

The lower house of Burma’s parliament accepted a proposal on Thursday to formally debate changing the country’s current electoral system to a proportional representation (PR) system, but several ethnic MPs boycotted the discussion.

Chin women’s rights activists have been found guilty of protesting without permission and fined US$30.

A team of Burmese mountaineers is preparing to scale Southeast Asia’s highest peak, Hkakabo Razi.

 

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