A military MP on Monday challenged the constitutionality of the Commission for the Assessment of Legal Affairs and Special Cases, a body led by Shwe Mann, the former parliamentary speaker and retired general.
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‘Peace committee’ approved by upper house with one MP suggesting that opposition icon Suu Kyi be included on the committee
MP’s request to discuss prisoners of conscience will go to parliament today after UN envoy’s visit as official denials are aired
The much anticipated date for the first election since 1990 has been announced, later than expected, it is however not lacking in numerological significance
Government mouth-piece announces that the Election Commission has designated constituencies for this year’s elections, as the bumpy road to the elections moves slowly forward
All evidence suggests that elections in Burma this year will usher in a new era of ‘bulletocracy’, one that Southeast Asian leaders appear only too keen to welcome
Contrary to media reports of a ’15-minute parliament’ where debate is stifled and MPs ignored, an openess is emerging that we haven’t seen for decades