Myanmar Peace Monitor

Peace Related Activities - (April 2017)

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Archbishop of Yangon reminds religious leaders about their role in peacemaking

Pat Ja San leads third annual anti-drug day march

Transportation and electricity sectors most important infrastructural challenges – Suu Kyi

Solar Power System Set to Light-up Lay Kay Kaw’s New Town Project

Amnesty calls for urgent action to be taken over death threats to Journalist

CSOs demand federal education

Child killed, two girls injured in Kachin landmine blast

Around 100 Burmese military vehicles march to northern Shan State

Shan State political dialogue rushed, politicians and EAOs say

Muse residents protest People’s Militia plans to tax pier users

Questions over UNFC members attending Pangkham summit

Coal-mining companies agree to close down in Mong Kung

Burmese army, RCSS/SSA clash in Panglong

KNU approves next four-year agenda

Myanmar needs 30 years to get rid of landmines

UNFC will not submit paper through other method if its members are absent in 21st Century Panglong Conference

Ethnic bloc says state counsellor’s NCA announcement was premature

Rakhine State officials claim to be working to stabilize northern townships

UNFC agrees to pursue political dialogue

UNFC and State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi’s desperate move

Karen organizations congratulate ethnic parties on by-election wins

Bangladesh, Myanmar hold border guard meet

Another man reported missing in Maungdaw

Women in Maungdaw tell journalists they were raped

Verdict to be hand down on 5 April on whether Khaing Myo Tun should be charged

Eleven alleged terrorists arrested in Maungdaw

KNU’s constitution and rules approved after long debate


March 2017

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