Sai Thiha Kyaw discusses the SNLD’s expectations for the NLD government and parliament and development plans for Shan State.
The Shan Nationalities Democratic Party will field over 200 candidates in constituencies across Burma in the general election, according to its chairperson.
Some 500 residents turn out on Friday in the town of Namhkam in northern Shan State to protest the visit of Chinese officials from across the common border.
The Shan Nationalities Democratic Party, or SNDP, says it aims to win more than 50 percent of all seats it competes for in this year’s general election.
The Shan Nationalities League for Democracy (SNLD) has proposed a merger with its main rival in the eastern state, the Shan Nationalities Democratic Party (SNDP), ahead of the 2015 general…