NCA non-signatory groups can address Peace Conference

NCA non-signatory groups can address Peace Conference Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) non-signatories, who have been designated as ‘special invitees,’ will be permitted to address the first Union Peace Conference (UPC) which started on 12 January, according to sources from Naypyidaw. A Shan representative said: “They can present their case with regards to each thematic issue chosen by the UPC organizers.” So far, only representatives from the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) are attending as special invitees the other invitees have boycotted the conference. A senior Shan politician said: “The decision to allow the non-signatories to speak should have been made known earlier. Now it is too late [for the non-signatory groups] to change thei...
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