Any continued student protests will be dealt with in accordance with the law, Deputy Home Affairs Minister Brig-Gen Kyaw Zan Myint has vowed.
After the government approves amendment bill, students are resolute in the face of minister’s threats of ‘deep water’ if they continue march to Rangoon
“If our demands are met, we will call off the march right here and now.”
After more preliminary negotiations in Rangoon, the four-way talks on the National Education Law are set to continue on Wednesday.
Nationwide protests continue to grow, as negotiations on stalled four-way talks are held between reform groups and education officials.
Home Affairs Minister Lt-Gen Ko Ko calls student protests a threat to democratic transition, as students say the government is preparing for a crackdown.