Political prisoners should not be given any kind of special treatment over criminal inmates, as the constitution stipulates all prisoners must be treated equally, says the Burmese government.
MPs vote down a motion to amend a constitutional clause that prevents Suu Kyi seeking the presidency.
Noting that 103 of the 440 MPs were absent on Monday, the lower house speaker urged political parties to remind members of their duty to the country.
Lawmakers will now be paid monthly salaries of between one million and 1.6 million kyat (US$1,000- $1,600), up from just 300,000 kyat per month.
Burma’s parliament began its much-anticipated debate on whether to amend the 2008 Constitution on Thursday.
The Burmese military has appointed two female officers for the first time as representatives in parliament. They have been named as Lt-Col Soe Soe Myint and Lt-Col San Thida Khin.