A really interesting new article in Human Rights outlines a series of questions and answers on Gambia’s genocide case against Myanmar before the ICJ.
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News about the struggle for democracy in Burma. Reform toward democracy, once a good prospect, has seen setbacks since easing controls on the media and legalizing peaceful demonstrations was implemented. Revolutionary elections deemed relatively free and fair, were a major step forward. Also check out our section on World Democracy or our articles on key figures Aung Suu Kyi and Thein Sein.
Members of the Myanmar satirical troupe known as Peacock Generation Thangyat have been handed more jail time for allegedly mocking the military.
Time stands still for more than 740,000 homeless Rohingya Muslims, who are still unable to return home two years after being driven out of northern Rakhine.
The Union Parliament’s Charter Amendment Committee has put forward more than 3,700 recommendations for various changes to provisions of the Constitution.
The Myanmar government should immediately lift internet restrictions imposed on nine townships in Rakhine and Chin States, Human Rights Watch said today.
An unprecedented shutdown of mobile data across swathes of Myanmar’s restive Rakhine blocking villagers from internet where the army is accused of abuses.
Municipal government, a mixture of elected and appointed positions, saw a balance tipped in favor of elected positions with respect to appointed positions.
Bangladeshi authorities and U.N. refugee agency have registered more than a quarter million Rohingya refugees and presented them with identity documents.
Suu Kyi finally decided to pardon for two Myanmar journalists jailed for reporter will be the only way to resolve an issue that has lasted for 18 months.
Responding to news of the amnesty and release of Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, Nicholas Bequelin, Amnesty International’s East.