Politics of burma
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Jun 29, 2012
Myanmar tells Suu Kyi not to call country 'Burma'Authorities in the Southeast Asian nation issued a stern warning to opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Friday, telling the political prisoner-turned parliamentarian to stop calling the country "Burma."
Jun 19, 2012
Progress, democracy still possible in Myanmar: Suu KyiSuu Kyi repeated her conviction expressed during her European tour that the rule of law was a prerequisite for real progress and democracy in her trouble-torn country.
Apr 30, 2012
Suu Kyi's party will protect Myanmar's constitution, to attend parliamentThe party of Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi agreed on Monday to end a boycott of parliament and swear an oath to protect the constitution, said party officials, apparently ending a dispute with the government.
Apr 09, 2012
Suu Kyi's date with Myanmar's parliament is on 23 AprilMyanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been invited to make her debut in parliament in two weeks, her party said on Monday, following a historic landslide victory for her and other party members in by-elections.
Apr 02, 2012
In a changing Myanmar, Suu Kyi gets a landslide winThe party of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi won Myanmar's weekend by-elections by a landslide, claiming all but one of the vacant seats.
Apr 02, 2012
Suu Kyi's journey: From house arrest to parliamentSuu Kyi, became the face of Myanmar's struggle for democracy while locked under house arrest for two decades. Here are key events from her life.
Apr 01, 2012
Suu Kyi set to win parliamentary seatMyanmar's landmark election is expected to send democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi into parliament for her first public office since launching her decades-long struggle against the military-dominated government.
Jan 06, 2012
Suu Kyi cautions that Myanmar army could block reformsOpposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi cautioned that the democratic reforms started by Myanmar's nominally civilian government are not "unstoppable" and will succeed only if the powerful military accepts the changes.