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stitutionalism and legal change in Myanmar: Andréw Harding: Hard Publisher
Myanmar's 2008 constitution was the "roadmap" for the 2011 reforms. In spite of widespread criticisms of this constitution for its accentuation of the roles of the military, great advances have been made in terms of the constitution's governance and legal reforms. Now that the NLD has been elected to the NLD in the November 2015 parliamentary elections and the March 2016 US-President elections, it is the right moment to look at the constitution and the perspectives and needs for constitution-building in Myanmar on the path to democratisation and the Rule of Justice.
There has been much talk of the Constitution's inflexibility, which is seen as an impediment to reforms and is incompatible with the adoption of the constitutional state, respect for fundamental freedoms and multi-party democratic principles, particularly with a fast-changing state and a fast-changing population. Nevertheless, the Constitution is also seen as a very affirmative power of reforms.
There are now many questions for constituentism and the amendment of the constitution: presidencies, federation and regional government, the statute of minority groups and religious liberty, civic freedoms in a so-called "disciplining democracy", the judiciary, the judicial system and the state governed by the constitution, the election system and much more. It is an effort to assess the scale and scope for anchoring Myanmar's Constitutionalist movement in a fast moving world.
Myanmar Geological Belts, Plate Borders and Mineral Deposits
Myanmar's geological belt, slab boundaries and minerals deposit with a complete survey of Myanmar's geographical, geological, minerals prospective and plates tectonics work. It concentrates on the natural and historical aspects of Myanmar's structured belt and terrane, with a special focus on minerals and their relation to the stratigraphic and structured environment.
It has a long record of tectonics and recent panel motion relates to the northern motion of the Indian panel when it conflicts with Asia. Myanmar is also full of oil and minerals and home to some of the biggest upheavals in Southeast Asia. Many geo-scientists, however, have only recently become acquainted with Myanmar for reasons of politics.
Several of these obstacles have been eliminated and there is growing interest internationally in Myanmar's geological and minerals as well. Myanmar's geological belts, plate boundaries and minerals are an important resource for geological economists, mineralists, oil geographers, geoscientists, seismologists, geoscientists and college graduates.
Mr. Mitchell received his D Phil and Oxford M. Sc. and has had an extensive geological education. He was an exploratory geographer from the early 1960s to the end of the 1980s for the then British service in Vanu Atu and in Thailand, Myanmar, Nepal and the Philippines within the framework of Colombo Plan and UN researches.
From 1990 to 1995, he worked as a consultant for various mining firms in East Europe and Asia. He came to Ivanhoe Myanmar and was in charge of the company's mining operations in Myanmar until 2011. He' s lived more than half of his life in Myanmar and is intimately acquainted with the country's world-class mines.
Epithermal Gold followed his first volume Mineral Occurrence and Global Tectonic Attitudes (Academic Press, 1981) in the Philippines (Academic Press, 1991).