A lawyer contracted by the Burmese embassy to defend Zaw Lin and Win Zaw Htun, who are accused of murdering two British tourists, said the men confessed to the crimes but told the legal team they had been tortured.
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“The military-formed union election commission(UEC) attempts to have acknowledgement of their legitimacy from the political parties,” said Sai Leik, General Secretary of Shan Nationalities League for Democracy (SNLD), regarding the[…]
The Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry-UMFCCI expressed on Feb 15 an announcement of its opposition to the Cyber Security Bill proposed by the military. The[…]
Without giving any reasons, two unknown civilians tried to violently arrest Ko Zaw Thurein Tun, chairman of the Sagaing Division Computer Professionals Association, at the infront of his home, and[…]
More than 80 detained protesters, arrested in yesterday’s anti-coup demonstration in Mandalay were released this afternoon (Feb 10). Military-run media has described in its news release on Feb 9 “about[…]
Eighty Burmese and Thai civil society organisations issued a joint statement this week calling for the withdrawal of lawsuits filed against The Nation and one of the newspaper’s journalists, whose reporting on a Thai company’s mining venture in Dawei described the damage that the operation was causing to local livelihoods and the environment.