A constitution that legalises military coups and paves the way for fraudulent elections in Burma should not be supported, least of all by a US senator
Burmese PM Thein Sein’s party given head-start in recruiting members and warning civilians not to communicate with other opposition parties
While Singapore’s leaders shed crocodile tears and sermonise Burma’s generals on the need for free elections, should they not be looking at their own backyard?
So much of the Burma election picture is unknown, although we must be wary of the all-controlling Election Commission
Top Burmese lawyer dissects the 2008 constitution and highlights the areas that have sparked calls for a major revision
Jan 12, 2010 (DVB), Members of Burma's main opposition party have said that the recent expansion of the party's central committee did not involve democratic decision-making. The addition of nine members to the National League for Democracy (NLD) party's central executive committee (CEC) will bring the total number to 20. The expansion follows calls from …