“Putting the burden of all these decades-old problems on the shoulders of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is synonymous to blaming the concept of democracy itself.”
Aung Kyi, the head of the Peace Commission, told DVB that they hoped the ethnic rebel alliance would be “involved in the peace process very soon”.
Burma’s warring rebel leaders have thrown their support behind the National League for Democracy’s pick for President, set to take over the country’s fractured peace process.
Ending decades of ethnic conflict is one of the biggest challenges for the incoming government of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, who has made it her first…
Without real change in attitudes towards women, a 30 percent quota for their participation in Burma’s peace process is meaningless
Lisu National Development Party lawmaker Lar Mar Lay discusses his party’s priorities as he enters Burma’s lower house.