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|By BA KAUNG|
|Aung San Suu Kyi asks NLD members to study the Shwegondaing declaration and why the 2008 Constitution is unacceptable.|
|By KO HTWE|
|Veteran pro-democracy activist Win Tin celebrates his 80th birthday, vowing to work to “dismantle the military dictatorship until my final breath.”|
|By LAWI WENG|
|If war breaks out between the New Mon State Party and the Burmese regime, the small cease-fire army will wage a guerrilla war.|
|By THE IRRAWADDY|
|The 17 individuals chosen by the Burmese regime to form the Union Election Commission are a mixture of former military officers, judges, lawyers, professors and ethnic nationals.|
|By SAW YAN NAING|
|An estimated 300 National League for Democracy (NLD) branch offices across Burma have reopened, and Aung San Suu Kyi has issued marching orders to local office members.|
|By KYAW ZWA MOE|
|All is farce when it comes to Burma’s newly released election laws. However, it wasn't unexpected. If the laws had been even a little fair, it would have been like a fantasy dream come true.|
Weekly publications in Burma have been prohibited from publishing any comment or analysis ...
Aye Lwin denies taking financial help from junta
Despite evidence to the contrary, Aye Lwin, the chairman of the Union of Myanmar ...Protesters plan to paralyse Bangkok: city could burn
Thailand’s capital city is on red alert, bracing itself for a mass anti-government ...US ‘deeply disappointed’ with Burma’s electoral law
The United States on Wednesday said it is ‘deeply disappointed’ with the junta’s ...