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Peace Process could face further delays

Peace Process could face further delays At the end of a six day summit to discuss the nationwide ceasefire agreement and the current peace process, Armed Ethnic Group leaders have called for a guarentee of Federalism, Constitutional ammedments, and the recognition of a Wa State. The meeting, held in Phanghsang, the capital of Wa Special Region 2, follows the signing, on 31 March 2015, of a draft nationwide ceasefire agreement text. One of the main points discussed at the meeting was theamendment of the 2008 constitution “. . . to build up a federal union based on democracy, racial equality and the right of self-determination.’’ In addition, the majority of Ethnic Armed Organisations (EAOs) at the summit agreed to support the Wa call for state level status. At the momen...
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