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Gun Maw calls on public to help peace process

Speaking at meeting with Kachin community members in Rangoon on Wednesday, the vice chief of staff of the Kachin Independence Army, Gun Maw Sumlat, stressed the importance of public participation in Burma’s ongoing peace process.

A federal union means a federal army, says Aung Min

President’s Office Minister Aung Min has said that if Burma becomes a federal union, it will inevitably need to adopt a federal constitution and establish a federal army.

Shwe Gas project sets ‘bad example’ for investment in Burma

The controversial China-backed Shwe Gas project sets a bad example for future investments in Burma’s extractive industries and should be suspended pending genuine regulatory reforms, a new report said on Monday.

Ethnic minorities schedule conference for September

Representatives of ethnic minorities including the Shan, Karen, Chin, Mon and Karenni will hold a trust-building conference in September to discus aspects of democracy, federalism and changes to the 2008 constitution.

Karenni rebels and govt progress on peace talks

Karenni rebels and government peace negotiators have agreed to begin resettling some of the thousands of people displaced by years of ethnic conflict in eastern Burma, at a landmark meeting on Wednesday

War, displacement fueling trafficking scourge in Kachin state

After two years of war and displacement in northern Burma’s Kachin state, more people are being trafficked along the Sino-Burmese border

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