The USDP said Win Htein should take responsibility for his “heedless remarks”, while the military also lambasted the NLD veteran.
The move comes shortly after the AMRDP had released a statement refusing to recognise a “unification committee” representing both political parties.
The issue of how far to go in reaching out to former foes from nearly half a century of military rule may prove one of the first faultlines to emerge…
The Arakan National Party has said that it will dominate a minority government formed in Burma’s westernmost state, warning the NLD not to get in its way.
PACE executive director Sai Ye Kyaw Swar Myint reflects on monitoring Burma’s recent elections and discusses what election laws and rules should be changed.
A UN human rights investigator raised concern about whether Burma’s election could be credible, as dozens of Muslim candidates had been disqualified.