The government lashes out at comparisons to a movement in Ukraine.
Thein Sein asks parliament to consider new legislation.
The party's first rally since the end of the protest ban goes ahead undisturbed.
Watchers say the panel must take real action to eradicate endemic corruption.
Rights groups fear violence as Hun Sen lifts a month-old ban on public demonstrations.
But rights groups say the country is ill-prepared to deal with them.
The move comes ahead of a strike planned for next month.
Trucks carrying 10,000 aid kits arrive in northern Myanmar.
The statement comes after Muslim writers and opposition members are barred from literary discussions.
Authorities are investigating the beating death of a Vietnamese.
Villagers say the cave-in was caused by illegal sand dredging.
The special rapporteur for human rights wraps up his last visit to the country.
He calls for a focus on amending articles widely seen as undemocratic.
Hanoi wants an investigation into the beating death of a Vietnamese man following a traffic accident.
They will form a joint committee to study the electoral system.
Tomas Quintana is on his final visit to Myanmar before presenting his report to the UN Human Rights Council next month.
Reporters previously granted three-month visas will now be allowed to work in the country for only a month.
Sam Rainsy says it will be resolved 'soon.'
The planned March survey includes sensitive questions on ethnicity and religion.
A federal system of government is the ultimate objective of his initiative to forge peace with armed ethnic groups, he says.
Judges say the detainees 'might compromise security and social order.'
Hundreds of acres of communal land in Ratanakiri have been logged.
He says his mandate is legitimate and that the government will not waver.
The groups say amendments are needed for genuine democracy.
But the directive does not mention UN allegations of Rohingya Muslim killings.
The order comes days ahead of an appeal against a decision to deny the group bail.
The newly formed committee will advise the Ministry of Labor on salary negotiations.
The UN's Special Rapporteur for freedom of assembly and association visits Phnom Penh.
MPs say parliament should call for government action.
A rights group slams the move which follows a deadly military crackdown on strikers.