A 15-member committee of political party representatives assigned to draft a framework for political dialogue expects to finalise their proposal by the close of Wednesday.
Aung San Suu Kyi was disappointed by today’s quadripartite meeting between the Burmese government, parliament, military and political parties
Burma’s President Thein Sein announced plans on Wednesday to hold a meeting between representatives of the government, parliament, military and political parties.
Burmese President Thein Sein on 30 September signed into law a second amendment to the Political Parties Registration Law stating that only Burmese citizens are allowed to form political parties.
Political parties could be dissolved if they do not compete for at least three seats in the upcoming national by-elections, said Election Commission Director Thaung Hlaing.
Leading officials from 11 political parties based in Burma concluded talks on Saturday with representatives of ethnic armed groups, as well as exiled political groups and civic society organisations, in…