Suu Kyi will take control of Burma’s lurching peace process once the NLD forms government next year, according to a party spokesperson.
The start of dialogue among signatories of the peace accord ran into problems as some political parties voiced anger over being excluded from the process.
The Burmese army and ethnic rebels the Shan State Army-North have agreed to temper hostilities after over a month of fighting in the country’s northeast.
Government and armed rebel group representatives have formed a committee to monitor the implementation of the ceasefire accord signed on 15 October.
Myanmar Peace Centre’s Min Zaw Oo says he had stayed quiet on China’s interference until now, “but it was time to stop whispering”.
The Restoration Council of Shan State (RCSS) has announced its intention to sign a nationwide ceasefire agreement (NCA) with the Burmese government.