“There will be 75 representatives from the government; 75 from parliament; 150 representatives each from the Tatmadaw [Burmese military], ethnic armed groups and political parties; 50 ethnic representatives; and 50…
Ethnic armed groups previously frozen out of nationwide ceasefire talks will be offered an opportunity to get on board the peace process.
A documentary film screening in Thailand tells the story of a passionate human rights activist and proud gay man, and his fight for equality and democracy.
The Union Election Commission begins preparations for appointing ‘national race representatives’, pending further details from the Ministry of Immigration.
As leaders of ethnic armed organisations meet in Law Khee La, key figures at the meeting have emphasised the need for speed.
The United Wa Solidarity Army will host the next NCCT summit at their headquarters.