She says a high-level meeting hosted by President Thein Sein was not a practical move to resolve problems.
Its leader says the people want to change an article that gives military lawmakers veto power.
Ethnic armed groups say civil war will not end without amendments.
A parliamentary committee has submitted a report on proposed constitutional amendments to lawmakers.
Fighting between Ta’ang rebels and government forces ensues in Namsang township.
Hsan Sint will appeal the verdict, his lawyer says.
The journalists were charged with causing public chaos.
A coalition of armed ethnic rebel groups says the actions of government troops are damaging trust.
Media representatives air their grievances to the senior general in rare talks.
The deaths occurred amid clashes that have caused residents to flee.
Thai Prime Minister faces protests over the case during his visit to Myanmar.
The longtime campaigner is protesting solitary confinement.
Observers say scores remain behind bars.
The tensions in a township arise over a Kachin rebel group’s controversial recruitment drive.
Those involved call on government to make progress with reaching a peace deal.
The decision follows failed mediation through the country’s press council.
Two government soldiers are injured since the fighting flared more than a week ago.