Away from the presidential nomination spotlight, 10 March also marks the one-year anniversary of the violent police crackdown on student protestors in Latpadan.
A student has been detained for his involvement in a protest in which hundreds of students demanded the resignation of military MPs in Burma’s parliament.
Thein Aung Myint demanded justice after the killing in military custody of journalist Par Gyi. He was sentenced to six months in prison with labour.
Fourteen people, including a 68-year-old woman, sentenced to prison time for their part in protesting a historic land-grab in Rangoon.
Long-running case in Magwe sees trespassing charges acquitted, but a new charge under Article 18 levelled.
As five accused appear in court, prosecutors object to bail and a date for verdict is established.