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|By BA KAUNG|
|Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy must choose between expelling its leader and abandoning political principles or legally ceasing to exist.|
|By KYAW THEIN KHA|
|Burmese political groups prepare to register to contest the 2010 election following the release of the junta's election and parties registration law, group leaders said on Wednesday.|
|By SAW YAN NAING|
|Thai authorities have begun to round up migrant workers who failed to file for national verification papers by the March 2 deadline.|
|By AUNG THET WINE|
|The Myanmar Economic Holdings Company Ltd. (MEHC) is acquiring direct transfers of state businesses and property from government ministries in connection with the selling off of state enterprises to private citizens, according to sources.|
|By KYAW THEIN KHA|
|Mobile phone users in Burma pay a high price for monopolistic services controlled by tycoon Tay Za.|
|By AUNG ZAW|
|The regime's election law offers further evidence that the poll planned for this year will be far from free, fair and inclusive.|
(Editorial) Burma's generals are determined to hold this year's national election ...NLD will stick with Shwegondaing Declaration, says Win Tin
Win Tin, senior leader of Burma's main opposition party the National League for Democracy told ...
Suu Kyi to file case against relative
Nobel Laureate and Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi will file
Burma bans imprisoned dissidents from up-coming elections
In preparation for the upcoming national election set to take place this year, ...