The NEC says the surveys foment social chaos and threatened legal action.
Authorities in Rakhine state have agreed to let the women file charges against their alleged abusers.
The country’s de facto leader says efforts to forge peace in the war-torn country have not been easy, but her administration remains hopeful.
The ministry refutes the CNRP's claim that both sides were in agreement over the party's extraordinary congress.
A Buddhist organization is collecting signatures opposing the editor-in-chief of Myanmar Now for calling Ashin Wirathu a ‘criminal.’
The opposition says the Ministry of Interior has acknowledged its leadership changes.
General Gwan Maw of the Kachin Independence Organization says the political group has not agreed to sign the government’s cease-fire agreement.
Neither believes former soldier Oueth Ang was solely responsible for Kem Ley’s death.
The country’s de facto leader urges displaced Kachin to pursue harmony with their Burmese countrymen.
The charges range from assault to destruction of state property.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing says the armed forces must protect the country’s sovereignty in the face of political, religious, and racial problems.
The ruling throws the validity of the party into question in the lead up to local elections.
Local police fire on residents for blocking the road leading to the Chinese-operated project.
Myanmar says it won’t work with a fact-finding mission that will look into allegations of violence against Rohingya Muslims.
But critics say the conviction failed to bring the masterminds to justice.
Ongoing clashes between Myanmar ethnic armies and government forces are disrupting stability in the border area.
The report criticizing Cambodia's record on democracy and human rights reflects only the views of 'a few individuals,' the ruling party says.
He says the ruling violates the principle of the presumption of innocence.
The body’s members will produce a ‘balanced’ report on events the UN and other outside groups say may represent crimes against humanity.
Kim Sok is muzzled after a hearing on his incitement and defamation case.
A new report says a ruling party crackdown is seriously undermining the political opposition.
They threaten to take action against Wirathu of Ma Ba Tha if he makes any hate speeches against other religions.
A lawmaker says his party will drop the controversial motto if ordered by a judge.
The bloc wants the government to cooperate with an independent fact-finding mission looking into abuses against Rohingya Muslims.
One observer says the government must consider a clear strategic plan for each dam contract to address possible detrimental outcomes.
Soldiers, who say they need the land to grow crops, are bulldozing houses and other structures.
He says the minister ‘followed orders’ to keep his staff detained on ‘unjustified’ charges.
The lawyers are reviewing thousands of pages of documents on the 2014 murder of two British tourists by two Myanmar men.
China is willing to broker peace talks to end the hostilities which have driven about 30,000 refugees into its territory.
The party could be dissolved ahead of local elections if found in breach of statute.