The National Unity Consultative Council (NUCC) held its first formal press meet today, ten months after the group was forged by fiery necessity during the early days of the coup. Formed on March 8, the NUCC is a loose and wide-reaching coalition of groups that hold a social or political stake in modern Burma. The …
The Nationwide Ceasefire Coordination Team (NCCT) said it has agreed to four of the Burmese military’s six requests, but that it cannot fully adhere to the existing laws of the country nor the current Constitution.
During her visit to Chin State in western Burma, National League for Democracy (NLD) leader Aung San Suu Kyi spoke to supporters in Tedim on Tuesday about her party’s vision for Constitutional reform.
Top Burmese lawyer dissects the 2008 constitution and highlights the areas that have sparked calls for a major revision
In his Independence Day speech, Htin Kyaw called for reform of a military-drafted constitution and for justice for all recognised minorities under a federal system, but made no mention of the Rohingya.
When asked about progress to date on constitutional reform, Nyan Win declined to respond.