Speaking at a public rally in Mon State on Sunday, Burma’s opposition leader calls for a second round of six-party talks.
Aung San Suu Kyi will come face to face with fellow presidential hopefuls on Friday afternoon, as six political heavyweights meet to discuss charter reform.
Parliamentary Speaker Thura Shwe Mann made the announcement on Monday in a meeting with political parties representatives in Naypyidaw.
Thein Sein tells parliament that multi-party dialogue would be unconstituional, and would breach the rule of law.
A sense of cautious optimism is emerging with respect to the upcoming “sexpartite” talks on constitutional reform, which will be held on Friday in Naypyidaw.