The Burmese opposition leader signs her name to the petition in favor of constitutional reform during a launch event in the country’s capital.
A leading member of Burma’s ruling party claims that an opposition campaign to amend the military-drafted 2008 Constitution risks disturbing the peace.
The Union Election Commission submits proposals asking President Thein Sein to provide land for offices and car import permits to Burma’s 65 registered political parties.
A former government official accuses operators of the Heinda mine in Tenasserim Division of ignoring Burma’s existing law on mining and shirking their environmental responsibilities.
Law enforcement personnel in Burma hold a “Police Open Day” in Rangoon, with organizers saying some 1,300 participants attended the meet-and-greet event.
Members of Burma’s ruling party and opposition parties take different stances on the military’s takeover in neighboring Thailand last week.
A “warning letter” says the National League for Democracy chairwoman’s recent comments at a rally for constitutional change violated her oath to Parliament.
Twenty Arakanese Buddhist groups set up a “UN, INGO Watch Team” in an effort to exert control over international aid operations for the Muslim minority.
The condominium draft law allows foreigners to own certain apartment units while giving all apartment owners more control over their properties.
Seventeen Kachin civil society groups call on the Burma Army to stay away from camps of displaced civilians during their operations in northern Burma.
Nationalist Buddhist monk U Wirathu was forced to open a new Facebook page after his account on the social network was hacked and shut down.
Writer and social activist Than Myint Aung has been named this year’s recipient of the Citizen of Burma Award.
Thousands of people turn out to show support for the National League for Democracy and 88 Generation’s efforts to amend the 2008 charter.
The UN human rights envoy to Burma expresses concern over the military’s veto over constitutional changes, which he said are crucial for Burma’s democratic transition.
Amid rising tensions with the central government, the Restoration Council of Shan State warns that it will “continue the armed struggle” if needed.
Rangoon parents say they are struggling to register their children at some of the city’s most well-known state schools due to practices amounting to bribe-taking.
As representatives of Burma’s government and ethnic militias finish a second draft of a nationwide ceasefire accord, negotiations are unaffected by fighting in the north.
The controversial Myanmar Peace Support Initiative will continue operating at least until September, according to a consultant for the project.
The border-crossing checkpoint in Mae Sot, Thailand, was temporarily closed on Friday morning, but reopened by 7:15 a.m., a district administrator for Myawaddy Township says.
Conflict-hit communities in both Burma and Sri Lanka will suffer under increasingly extreme weather that is the result of climate change.