The Myanmar government and other stakeholders in the country’s struggling peace process have pushed ahead the date of the third round of their negotiations to early May because ethnic armies in violence-ridden Shan and Rakhine states have yet to hold ethnic-based national-level discussions, people involved in preparations for the talks said Wednesday. The government planned to hold the next meeting of the 21st-Century Panglong Conference in February, but officials, military leaders, and representatives from ethnic militias decided to put it off during a meeting of the Joint Implementation Coordination Meeting (JICM) in Naypyidaw.
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