Ethnic Kayah and Kayan political parties continued their march toward consolidation into a single political entity yesterday, concluding a three-day conference in the Kayah State capital Loikaw.
Yangon City Development Committee has promised a public consultation period before it hands over responsibility for collecting and transporting the city’s garbage to private companies, officials said yesterday.
NCCT leader rules out two-step process that would see groups fighting in Kokang sign ceasefire at a later date.
Ethnic armed groups in Shan State’s Kokang region have accused the Tatmadaw of launching fresh offensives against their forces close to the border with China, even as some of the insurgents are retreating.
South Korean company has until today to appeal against ruling by Yangon’s labour Arbitration Council.
Political parties are attending training in electoral law and the rules that will govern the November general election.