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Sunday, December 11 2016

The Shan State parliament’s clubbing ethnic armed groups of the Northern Alliance as terrorist organizations has disturbed the government’s peace process, said the United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC) general secretary Khu Oo Reh.

The Shan State parliament recently voted to describe Kachin Independence Army, Ta'ang National Liberation Army, the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (Kokang), and Arakan Army as terrorist organizations.

U Htin Kyaw (right) and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi (centre). Photo: DKKF
Thursday, March 10 2016

Aung San Suu Kyi's party today nominated her close aide, U Htin Kyaw, to be Myanmar's next president ...

Tuesday, March 8 2016

Myanmar's parliament meets Thursday to put forward presidential candidates, some four months after Aung San Suu Kyi's ...

Tuesday, March 8 2016

National League for Democracy (NLD) Scrutinizing Committee for Complaints against People’s Representatives ...

Daw Khin Kyi Foundation EC U Htin Kyaw (left)
Tuesday, March 8 2016

Aung San Suu Kyi's pro-democracy party on Monday denounced as "fake" a widely circulated letter purporting to reveal its choice of ...

Tuesday, February 23 2016

Armed ethnic organizations that are members of the United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC) which did not sign ...

Zaw Myint Maung, a third-time NLD MP, talks of prison life, political reforms and his vision of Mandalay under an NLD government. (Photo: Thin Lei Win/Myanmar Now)
Wednesday, February 17 2016

Born in a large, academically-inclined family, Dr. Zaw Myint Maung said he had always been interested in politics but ...

Tuesday, February 16 2016

A five-day workshop on parliamentary procedures started in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday, aiming to broaden the knowledge of new lawmakers in ...

Monday, February 15 2016

Myanmar's outgoing president has scrapped a planned trip to the US next week in order to oversee the power hand-off to ...

Union Peace Conference held at the Myanmar International Convention Centre (MICC-2) in Nay Pyi Taw from the 12-16 January, 2016. Photo: Thet Ko/Mizzima
Friday, February 12 2016

For an event where only 7 percent of the 700 attendees were women, Myanmar’s first peace conference achieved a milestone on gender issues.

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