The vice chairman of the Arakan Liberation Party has called for ethnic unity, the day after three key rebel militias threatened to quit the NCCT.
Observers of press freedom in Burma have slammed the government for implementing a total ban on members of the media from entering the country’s parliament.
Twenty Arakanese locals standing accused of unlawful association with the Arakan Army appeared in Kyauktaw township court for their second hearing.
Just how does Burma’s military have so much power? The answer lies in the 2008 Constitution.