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President Office spokesperson Zaw Htay said that among the two topics raised in the context of the policy area, Gender Equity and the Laws of National Minorities,..... Leader of the Women's Labour Committee Congress, organised by the governing National League for Democracy the NLD, have opposed the suggestions of some..... Dr Salai Hlyan Hmone, vice-chairman of the Union's Joint Peace Dialogue Committee (UPDJC), said that ethnical groups remain democratic,.....

Zaw Htay, General Manager of the Panglong Conference of the 21. century, will also address the issue of minorities' issues and the issue of sexes..... The Thai government has detained Myanmar's undocumented migrants, many of whom are said to have crossed the Myawady-Borders. Another six members of the Central Executive Committee of the National League for Democracy (NLD) were elected on the Second All-Myanmar Partie.....

More than 200 Myanmar migrants abandoned their weed handling plant in Ayuddhaya Province, Thailand, in protests on 19 June after not.....

Preparations of Mizzima for the opening of a subsidiary in Yangon

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We could open it immediately if the Myanmar Times said to the Myanmar Times on 29 January, "If the Myanmar authorities allow us to do so, we are convinced that the Myanmar authorities will allow us to do so. "We are talking to a federal officer and I am optimistic" that Mizzima will be given the go-ahead to go back to Myanmar, he said.

Myint's U Soe sibling, editor-in-chief U Sein Win, twice paid Myanmar a visit last months and for both it was the first visit since 1998, the founding year of Mizzima. He said he wanted to add more multi-media products to Mizzima when he got back to Yangon.

"I will begin with printed materials as a first stage and then switch to other types of medium such as TV and radio," said U Soe Myint. Mizzima would also run journalistic education programmes if necessary, U Soe Myint said. There have been recent enhancements in the free movement of the press and the markets are becoming more and more attractive.

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