NLD’s ‘constitution rally’ goes ahead in Naypyidaw

NLD’s ‘constitution rally’ goes ahead in Naypyidaw Some 88 percent of approximately 20,000 participants at a public event in Naypyidaw hosted by the National League for Democracy (NLD) said they wished to see the 2008 constitution amended rather than completely rewritten, the Burmese opposition party says.The conference featured a speech by NLD leader Aung San Suu Kyi and was held on Monday morning despite an original denial of permission to stage the event by authorities in the Burmese capital. NLD leader Aung San Suu Kyi was one of the key speakers who was scheduled to address the topic of constitutional reform at a rally in Naypyidaw on Monday. (AFP) NLD refused permit to stage ‘constitution rally’ in Naypyidaw However, local authorities relented and eve...
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