The KNU Concerned Group says the Union Accord fails to include all ethnic armed organisations and does not take into account the opinions of ethnic political parties.
Despite the prospect of signing a ceasefire accord next week, the KNU is reportedly press-ganging locals in the northern Karen State township.
An ethnic Senior Delegation summit in Chiang Mai is extended after KIO and KNU remarks indicate the ceasefire agreement is far from a done deal.
Burmese government says it has reached a compromise on all but one remaining issue with ethnic delegates after peace talks in Rangoon this week.
The military finds itself in a tight spot, while the ethnic groups’ prove their integrity by going back to the negotiation table, says lawyer Aung Htoo.
Ko Salai, a representative of ABSDF at recent Law Khee La talks, speaks about the NCCT’s proposed amendments to the ceasefire draft and the road ahead.