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The Chief Minister of Bago Region, U Nyan Win, has urged youth members of the ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party to be careful in their dealings with the media.

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A National League for Democracy MP has complained about not being able to raise questions in parliament after her microphone was turned off twice when she was trying to ask the Deputy Minister of Electric Power about power price increases due to take effect on April 1.

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Nearly 3,000 people marched in six townships throughout Myanmar in simultaneous protests held on March 23 to demand amendments to the constitution.

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Constitutional reform is needed to end the isolation of the Tatmadaw from the people, the leader of the opposition National League for Democracy, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, said during a visit to the gem-mining town of Mogok in Mandalay Region on March 23.

The ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party will contest all 31 by-elections due to take place later this year to fill vacancies in the Union and state and regional hluttaws, USDP central executive member U Zaw Myint Pay told Mizzima on March 20.

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The leader of the opposition National League for Democracy, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, has spoken out against unethical behaviour in politics at a meeting with members of the ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party.