“Security and rule of law in the nation are at critical risk,” said a party statement.
Refugees may soon be escorted to two camps in Rakhine State – provided all their paperwork is in order.
Burmese government officials visited the Nu Po camp on the Thai-Burmese border recently to make arrangements for the repatriation of 90 refugees.
The UN refugee agency calls on Burma’s incoming government to make resolving decades-old refugee crises on the country’s borders a priority.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has repatriated 105 Burmese migrant workers, the first of some 364 nationals stranded in Indonesia.
The plan envisages a voluntary repatriation of 110,000 refugees residing in Thailand’s camps, drawing mixed reactions from camp leaders.