Burmese democracy champion Aung San Suu Kyi will steer the incoming government of her National League for Democracy (NLD), staying on as party head, and is unlikely to take a[…]
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Mar 5, 2009 (DVB), The National League for Democracy have criticised the Burmese government for arbitrarily choosing the country's new national symbols without asking the opinion of ethnic groups. The[…]
Oct 10, 2007 (DVB), A statement has been issued by the National League for Democracy in response to the Burmese leadership's offer to meet detained NLD leader Daw Aung San[…]
Burma’s notorious online defamation law remains the tool of choice for powerful people in the country who seek to punish those who are trying to hold them accountable, and the amendment of the law in August has had “no discernible impact” on this, says a new report by the rights groups Free Expression Myanmar.
Phoe Htaung, who was on trial for using the official seal of the National League for Democracy (NLD) in a Facebook post that erroneously declared the resignation of senior party official Win Htein, was sentenced to six months in prison on Friday under the Telecommunications Law’s controversial article 66(d).