Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi, Military Chief Meet Ethnic Armed Groups in Latest Peace Talks Bid

Myanmar State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and the country’s military chief met on Monday in Naypyidaw with armed ethnic organizations that have signed the government’s nationwide peace accord for a first-time tripartite summit in a bid to reignite the stalled peace process.They met with leaders from the 10 ethnic armies that have signed the nationwide cease-fire agreement (NCA) to discuss obstacles to the peace process, which has been in motion since 2011, and basic principles for a future federal system of governance.Among those stumbling blocks are the national military’s stipulation for the formation of a single federal army, non-secession and self-administration policies for ethnic groups, the inclusion of ethnic groups who have not signed the NCA in the peace process, and the timing and order of peace talks................

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