Archive for the 'Politics' Category


Peace process should not hinder 2015 national election: ANP

Burma President U Thein Sein recently disclosed during his radio speech to the nation that the forthcoming 2015 general election might not be possible on time if the ongoing peace process was not accomplished. However, senior Arakanese politician Dr Aye Maung pointed out that the general election and the peace process are not dependant on each other.

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Township committee formation for Arakan National Party is on the way

The preparation for the first conference of Arakan National Party (ANP) to be held in Thandway by the end of September 2014, is going on full swing and the election process for the formation of township committees is on the way.

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September to witness ANP’s first conference

Arakan National Party (ANP), will hold its first conference in September at Thandwe, a southern district town of Arakan. It was decided by the party leaders in a two-day meeting (19 & 20 July) held in Rangoon.

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ANP leaders leave for China

Dateline: Three Arakanese leaders representing Arakan National Party (ANP) is leaving for China for a filed visit. The ruling Chinese Communist Party had invited the delegates from the newly formed Arakanese political party.

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ANP central committee meeting progresses

The first central committee meeting of new found Arakan National Party (ANP) was completed on Wednesday in Sittwe with some major resolutions.

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Sittwe to host Arakan National Party’s important meeting

Representatives from Rakhine National Development Party (RNDP) and Arakan League for Democracy (ALD) are expected to meet in Sittwe on March 23 to finalize the future plan of Arakan National Party (ANP).

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Kaman Muslims oppose Rohingya replacing Bengali titles

Now a Muslim political party of Burma has come out with their reservation towards the word Rohingya replacing Bengali titles in the forthcoming national census.

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Arakan National Party receives official recognition

Now it is official-Arakan National Party (ANP) has been recognized by the Myanmar Election Commission. According to Dr Aye Maung, chairman of Rakhine National Development Party (RNDP), the ANP has been legalized by the highest electoral body of Burma on March 7 last.

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Public honour to RNDP president Dr Aye Maung

A prominent Rakhine politician has been awarded a gold medal for his relentless struggles for the cause of Arakanese people by the residents Pauktaw township, 30 miles east of the Arakan capital city Sittwe.

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Arakan National Convention to be held in April 2014

The Arakan National Convention is scheduled to take pace in coming April somewhere in Arakan State of western Burma, as the decision of many significant Arakanese leaders, who gathered in Chiang Mai of Thailand, goes.

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