Foreign and domestic factory representatives say the proposed minimum wage is unaffordable.
The military finds itself in a tight spot, while the ethnic groups’ prove their integrity by going back to the negotiation table, says lawyer Aung Htoo.
The Union Parliament engineered a constitutional crisis last year when they impeached six tribunal judged. Did this move spell the beginning of the end of the 2008 constitution?
After the Union Parliament effectively forced the country’s Constitutional Tribunal justices to resign, the new government must decide if rule of law will be protected and promoted in Burma
With the justices of the constitutional tribunal stepping down today, the parliament has shown that its willing to ignore constitutional decrees rather than amend the controversial document
Top Burmese lawyer dissects the 2008 constitution and highlights the areas that have sparked calls for a major revision