The war of words continues between Burma’s opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and Presidential spokesman Ye Htut. In an exclusive interview with DVB, Ye Htut maintains that the president is unable to fast-track Suu Kyi’s proposal to hold talks on constitutional reform.
Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Sunday called the government’s refusal for quadripartite constitutional discussions as “inconsistent” with reform, during an address to the Burmese community in Melbourne, Australia.
A landmark women’s forum has concluded in Rangoon, with a call for the 2008 constitution to be completely rewritten.
The ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party’s vice-chair Htay Oo talks about amending Burma’s controversial constitution. He said he would support an amendment but the interest of the union should be prioritised[…]
At a news conference for Japanese and foreign press Aung San Suu Kyi shares her aspirations of becoming president.
Mon party which won 16 parliamentary seats in the November 7 elections held a two-day meeting discuss on the constitution and the new parliaments
The much anticipated date for the first election since 1990 has been announced, later than expected, it is however not lacking in numerological significance
Opposition leader cannot run in Burma elections according to laws announced today that suggest her party must expel her before participating