The National League for Democracy election campaign rolled into downtown Rangoon on Sunday, where crowds mixed with artists, musicians and activists against the backdrop of the Sule Pagoda.
Four days in, student demonstrations show no signs of abating.
Tens of thousands of people joined one of the biggest rallies on constitutional reform in Mandalay on Sunday, as Suu Kyi pushed to amend Article 436 – which effectively gives the military the power of veto in parliament.
Residents in Irrawaddy Division’s Henzada staged a protest demanding citizen rights, constitutional reforms and the abolishment of Article 18 of the Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Law.
Two activists who organised a demonstration on International Peace Day have been fined by two courts in Rangoon.
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Oct 30, 2007 (DVB), A schoolteacher in Tenasserim division has been sentenced to one year in prison for wearing his work uniform to a pro-government mass rally, according to local[…]