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Aung San Suu Kyi’s proposed bill calling on government ministries to speed-up the issuance of bylaws and regulations was unanimously approved by parliament on Wednesday.
Some 70 military MPs responded to her invitation saying they could not attend the informal dinner as the invitation came on very short notice and they had other appointments in…
The Pa-Oh National Liberation Army (PNLA) pledged to protect children from the effects of armed conflict by signing a “Deed of Commitment” on 17 November.
Ethnic-based political parties on Thursday appointed Rakhine National Party leader Aye Maung as their representative at the sexpartite talks on constitutional reform scheduled for Friday.
Burma’s Minister for National Planning and Economic Development Kan Zaw said “implementation is taking place on a step-by-step basis as the project area is immense.”