A parliamentary committee voted last week not to endorse any amendments to Article 59(f).
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Washington to also discuss whether to continue addressing the country as ‘Burma’ in wake of reforms that could prompt major policy shift
Veteran politician becomes leader of rebranded National League for Democracy as it prepares to contest historic by-elections
Event organised in Rangoon by students who 20 years ago were arrested for protesting opposition icon’s spell under house arrest
Burmese rulers vent dislike of opposition leader through frequent use of sexual innuendo and disparagement, according to leaked US cable
Opposition icon cautions against ‘false hope’ as thousands turn out to greet her on first political trip outside of Rangoon since 2003
Photos of the opposition leader taken during Martyrs’ Day and following government talks gain unprecendented position
The government’s use of tailor-made laws will be determined by the level of perceived political threat Aung San Suu Kyi poses in her actions
Top Democratic representative fears another Depayin incident as Suu Kyi calls for more foreign aid to be channelled to civil society groups
Nine journals that gave prominent space to Aung San Suu Kyi’s release are suspended as hopes of an ease on media laws wane
Kim Aris, the youngest son of released opposition icon Aung San Suu Kyi, reportedly en route to Rangoon to meet his mother
Opposition icon appears at the gates of her compound and tells supporters that freedom will arrive when people work in unison
Security preparations need to be made by party as officials approach 13 November release date with cautious optimism
Burmese offer mixed opinions about the 7 November elections as voter lists are released with Suu Kyi’s name conspicuously absent
France and the UN launch attack on the ruling junta as the National League for Democracy tells the world that the game isn’t over yet