Panellists on DVB Debate discuss constitutional reform and the future role of the military in Burma.
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Burma’s Union Parliament today announced formation of a committee to implement Constitutional reforms recommended by the Joint-Committee for Reviewing the Constitution (JCRC). According to a statement, the 31-member panel, led[…]
Perceived obstacles to democracy in Burma, like the flawed constitution, can in fact give the opposition an excuse to start doing creative politics outside of official political channels
Tens of thousands of people joined one of the biggest rallies on constitutional reform in Mandalay on Sunday, as Suu Kyi pushed to amend Article 436 – which effectively gives the military the power of veto in parliament.
Residents in Irrawaddy Division’s Henzada staged a protest demanding citizen rights, constitutional reforms and the abolishment of Article 18 of the Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Law.