“If the 2015 election is held without amending the Constitution, the election might be free, but it won’t be fair,” said UNA leader Aye Thar Aung.
Suu Kyi’s party restates commitment to work together with ethnic bloc towards achieving charter reform and in this year’s election campaign.
Shan Nationalities League for Democracy chairman believes non-decision making role will hinder peace talks between the Burmese government and armed ethnic groups.
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.
Burma’s President Thein Sein announced plans on Wednesday to hold a meeting between representatives of the government, parliament, military and political parties.
April 24, 2007 (DVB)