Although a coalition of civil society organisations agrees with military-aligned parliamentarians in opposing proposed changes to Burma’s Peaceful Assembly and Procession Law, the CSOs say they have no plans to cooperate with those MPs in ongoing resistance to the amendments.
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Around 1,500 farmers from Mandalay Division marched through Pyin Oo Lwin demanding the return of 300,000 acres of farmland allegedly confiscated by the government and private companies.
Hundreds of farmers from over 30 townships across Burma gathered in protest on 18 January in front of Rangoon’s City Hall, calling on the government to mediate disputes over land[…]
Up to seven protesters demonstrating against the protest law have been charged for protesting illegally.