Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has called for a review of Burma’s controversial 1982 citizenship law, which renders the Muslim Rohingya stateless, during a trip to Japan this week
Aung San Suu Kyi and the NLD must play a leading role in repealing the authoritarian 1982 citizenship law that rendered the Rohingya stateless in Burma, a group of human rights organisations urged on Monday
DVB speaks to Dr. Aye Maung following his appointment as RNP chairman. He discusses the recent RNP conference and the party’s policies, as well as addressing the status of Rohingyas (or Bengalis) in Arakan State.
Democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi has called for “precise laws on citizenship” and “uncorrupted border vigilance” to address ongoing sectarian strife
A Burmese national security advisor told diplomats in Copenhagen that a proposal to review the 1982 Citizenship Law, that effectively renders the Rohingya stateless, could not be implemented.
Win Myint, the long-serving member of Burma’s ruling party who is expected to become the country’s next president within days, is described by colleagues as a skilled political operator with a crucial quality — loyalty to de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi.