Advocates of interfaith harmony say a renaming of the hardline Buddhist nationalist group Ma Ba Tha, and plans to formally inject its ideology into Burma’s political sphere, will do little to staunch — and may even exacerbate — the underlying religious intolerance that the organisation has been accused of fomenting.
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At the opening of the 12th session of Burma’s parliamentary upper house on 19 January, MPs agreed to debate the Religion Conversion and Population Control Bills. MPs who want to join[…]
A commission formed by the office of the President to draft the Race Protection, Faith Conversion and Population Control bills, has called on the public to submit recommendations for the[…]