The National League for Democracy leader said there were some ambiguities in the message of President U Thein Sein that was sent to the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw on January 19.
"Our party will make an official statement on the message of the President on the six-party talks. I do not want to give further comment at present," Daw Aung San Suu Kyi told the media on January 20.
U Thein Sein's said: "It is an appropriate demand to hold six-party talks led by the President … However, the political dialogue should represent all ethnic people and those from all strata of life to ensure transparency."
President also said that the decision of Yangon Region Hluttaw and the desires of people in Sagaing Region, and Chin and Shan states must be considered in discussions about holding six-party talks.
Controversy surrounds how many representatives should take part in talks on changing the constitution, with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi on record as claiming too many players would make the talks unwieldy.
Some Yangon Region representatives said all seven major ethnic groups should be involved in the proposed talks, in addition to other players.
Public opinion appears to be mixed. Local people in Nawngkhio Township, Sagaing Region took to the streets on December 27 in opposition to talks with only six parties involved.