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‘Nothing Has Changed’ in Peace Process During NLD Govt’s First Five-Year Term, Karenni EAOs Say

By MAW OO MYAR / KANTARAWADDY TIMES Ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) in Karenni (Kayah) State...

Four parties’ signs destroyed in Bawlakhae Township

Kantarawaddy Times It is reported that four parties' signboards were destroyed at 8:30 pm on the 5th October in...

Land Management Under Federalism: Not Possible Under Current System

By Soe Hteik Aung/Kantarawaddy Times Practising land governance that adheres to the principles of federalism isn't possible under current...

Karenni State Public Dissatisfied With Govt’s Lack of Peace Progress, CSO Says

By MAW OO MYAR / KANTARAWADDY TIMES Monday, May 4, 2020 Ethnic youth in Karenni State...

Interviewed with Mr. Shwe Myo Thant, the General Secretary of KNPP

“The state government did not try to understand what peace is and did not effectively cooperate regarding...

NLD Powerless To Solve Land Disputes

By Kantarawaddy Times The NLD can’t do anything to resolve land disputes between the Burma Army and farmers, said...

Human Rights Abuse in Kayah State Getting Worse Than Previous Government

By Kantarawaddy Times Maw Pray Myar, the second Secretary of Karenni National Women Association (KNWO), says the numbers who...

‘No Improvement to Farmers’ Rights’ Under NLD Govt, Network Says

By KANTARAWADDY TIMES Farmers in ethnic states across Burma are facing increasing abuses of their rights to land and...

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Protester’s Body Returned To Family in Kayah State

By Kantarawaddy Times Burma's armed forces delivered the body of a man they arrested a...

Teachers, Parents Protest SAC’s Meddling With Kayah State Public Schools

By Kantarawaddy Times Teachers and parents gathered across Kayah State to protest a refresher course the junta's State Administration Council (SAC) is offering...

CHDN Committed To Providing Medical Care In Kayah State Despite Risks

By Kantarawaddy Times The Civil Health and Development Network (CHDN) vowed to work hard...

More Than 100 Police Join Civil Disobedience Movement in Kayah State

By Kantarawaddy Times More than 100 members of the police force, including high ranking officers,...

Govt Staff Locked Out of Apartments After Joining Protests

By Kantarawaddy Times Authorities changed the padlocks in residences of municipal servants who joined...
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