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· March, 2010

Stories about Myanmar (Burma) from March, 2010

Myanmar: Why Is There No Backup Plan?

Nyi Lynn Seck shared his thoughts on the political processes of Myanmar in the past, and wondered why there are no backup plans to continue with another person if one...

Myanmar: NLD Challenges Election Laws

Myanmar's National League for Democracy (NLD) has legally challenged the electoral laws which prohibits the party's leader Aung San Su Kyi from participating in the general election.

Indochina: Drying up of Mekong River

Andrew Walker, writing for the New Mandala, blogs about the drying up of Mekong River in Indochina.

Myanmar: Female military officers

Nicholas Farrelly, writing for New Mandala, writes a short note about the role of women military officers in Myanmar.

Myanmar: Halal shops

Today in Myanmar instructs visitors how to spot Muslim Halal food stalls in Myanmar.

Myanmar: Government companies for sale

Bi-weekly News reported that 70 percent of state-owned companies and housing estates in Yangon, Myanmar has been auctioned off to private entrepreneurs.

Myanmar: Privatization of Public Schools

Nyi Min Thu contributed on Irrawaddy his opinion about the privatization of public schools in Myanmar.

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