has drawn-up a far-reaching plan to impose punitive measures on civil servants refusing to join the CDM movement.
Rakhine party suspends its chairman, despite the fact that he already resigned over five weeks ago.
Some party members have proposed rejecting Aye Maung’s letter of resignation.
Kyaw Zaw Oo, a member of the Arakan National Party’s Central Executive Committee, has become the latest politician to the defect from the increasingly enfeebled ethnic Rakhine political party, which saw its chairman resign last week.
The Arakan National Party will hold a meeting of members of its Central Executive Committee to discuss the resignation letter submitted by its chairman, Aye Maung, who officially signalled his intention to leave the party earlier this week.
In a development certain to shake up the political arena in Rakhine State and beyond, the leader of the Arakan National Party has submitted a letter of resignation, throwing one of Burma’s most prominent ethnic political parties into further disarray.