The decision follows failed mediation through the country’s press council.
The groups call for increased accountability from the commission.
Aung San Suu Kyi says senior NLD members 'did not say' the party would back Shwe Mann.
The move could delay the formulation of a nationwide cease-fire accord, rebel groups say.
Observers say the killings may be linked to communal violence in Rakhine state.
They say authorities use the committee to stamp out the monks’ influence.
The group’s commander says the move threatens nationwide peace talks.
The centers will offer comprehensive treatment to the country’s drug addicts.
They also criticize the government’s response to peaceful protests of the bill.
The government looks to new special economic zones to provide jobs.
Shwe Mann says lawmakers must work to meet the people’s expectations.
The group wants Chinese investors to consider local interests when implementing projects.
The election body says the move would enable political parties to concentrate on the 2015 general elections.
They say a key waterway has been contaminated by waste.
Buddhist leaders say the group would ‘interfere with stability.’
The demonstrations come after President Thein Sein returns the National Education Bill to parliament.
A split within the group comes amid negotiations for a nationwide cease-fire agreement.