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Burma gov't, 2 more groups signed cease-fire agreement in Nay Pyi Taw - Xinhua
NOY PYI TAW, Feb. 13 (Xinhua) -- Myanmar's administration and two other militarized communities joined the Nationwide Ceasefire Accord (NCA) in Nay Pyi Taw on Tuesday. C-signature of the New Mon State Party (NMSP) and the Lahu Democratic Union (LDU) in the government's NCA has increased the number of signatures to 10 since the first signature with eight gunmen on 15 October 2015.
State Councillor Aung San Suu Kyi, who is also President of the National Centre for Reconciliation and Peace, welcomed the two groups of arms which she believes have taken a courageous move to lay the foundations for the creation of a pro-democracy federation in the years to come.
It claimed that the NCA was not the end of the peacemaking processes, but the beginning of the processes, the beginning of policy dialogues and the alleviation of gunfire. The EU encouraged the other arms groups to participate in the Round Tables of policy negotiations under the forthcoming programme of governance, while it continued to work with organisations that have already subscribed to the NCA to strengthen the cease-fire proces.
The NMSP and LDU, members of the United Nationalities Federal Council (UNFC), are the first two groups to sign the NCA in good timing before the current administration under the leadership of the National League for Democracy (NLD). These two new signatures will be presented at the forthcoming third session of the Panglong Peace Conference in the 21. century.
After the NCA was initiated in 2015, the Panglong 21 century peacemaking conferences were twice in August 2016 and May 2017, respectively, during the government's term of office. For the first year in Myanmar's past, the second session of the International Peacemaking Summit included 37 adopted principals in a trade unions agreement in the country's peacemaking work.
It is expected that the third Panglong Conference will take place at the end of this months to discuss further the basic federalist principals that have not yet been completed and to formulate new ones. Calling for involvement in the country's domestic processes of conciliation and international peacemaking, Aung San Suu Kyi reiterated that the authorities welcome those non-peaceful armistice groups to join the NCA and to be comprehensive in defining the basic tenets of a federally democratically based EU in the not-too-be.
Some other groups that have not yet joined the NCA are the Kayinni National Progressive Party (KNPP), the Arakan National Council (ANC), the United Wa State Army (UWSA) and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA).