Students in Sagaing Division are angry over restrictions to distance education.
Cracks in a new school building in the country’s northwest has led to calls for construction company Pyae Gaday to be banned from further tenders.
“The state counsellor told me that every child has a right to education,” said KBC’s Reverend Samson Hkalam.
We firmly believe there should be no ‘double jeopardy’,” said Dr. Arkar Moe Thu, the chairperson of Dagon University Teachers Union.
The four demanded that their handcuffs be removed during the hearing. When their demand was denied, they began singing political songs.
“We believe that the solution to the refugee crisis in the world in general, and for the Burmese in particular, is to provide access to higher education,.”