Panellists on DVB Debate discuss whether the nationwide ceasefire, which officially commences on 30 march, will be used to legitimise discrimination.
Activists are calling for an investigation into corruption in Burma’s legal system and demand that judges be held accountable for corruption.
Aung San Suu Kyi urges a crowd in Mandalay’s Mogok to push for constitutional change and to amend article 436.
Panellists on DVB Debate discuss Burma is ready for the onslaught of tourists predicted this year, and raise concerns about high hotel prices and limited accommodation.
With ASEAN countries pledging to unite as a single regional market in 2015, Asia Calling brought together leaders from their fields across the region to discuss whether the union will benefit the people living in ASEAN.
The Karen National Union say they will not allow the Hatgyi dam on the Salween River in Karen state to resume until a peace agreement has been made.
The secretary of the UNFC, told DVB he has concerns over a government proposal that suggested the ethnic armies would have to disarm and disband after signing a ceasefire.
A fire in Irrawaddy division’s Henzada town on Wednesday has killed one person and destroyed five houses.
Following two days of painstaking discussions, Burma’s Union Parliament has passed bills amending the Income Tax Law and the Commercial Tax Law.
DVB Debate discusses transparency in the peace process.