The Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) has urged parliament to draft a bill amending the 2008 Constitution.
Aung San Suu Kyi was disappointed by today’s quadripartite meeting between the Burmese government, parliament, military and political parties
ABSDF and 88 Generation members address political issues in Rangoon, including constitutional amendments, electoral voting systems and the ongoing peace process.
The instability being caused by the ongoing public campaign to amend the Constitution will ultimately hurt the country, Burma’s President Thein Sein has warned.
Activists in the Pegu Division town of Nyaunglebin have been denied permission to hold a protest calling for amendments to the 2008 constitution.
The ruling USDP sits for its own Central Committee meeting in Naypyidaw where it will debate proposals for constitutional reform.