Nyi Nyi Kyaw, 15 June 2018Myanmar’s Constitutional Reform Process: A pragmatic prioritization of process over substantive reform?
Dr Melissa Crouch, 25 July 2016The constitutional implications of Myanmar’s peace process
Dr Melissa Crouch, 12 February 2016Dawn of a Democratic Era or Dialogue with Dictators? The Challenges Ahead for Myanmar’s New Leaders
Sara Perria, 30 November 2015Myanmar: Suu Kyi’s long haul towards constitutional reforms
25 MarchRuling party in Myanmar is urged to allow public participation in ongoing constitutional reform process
28 FebruaryMyanmar constitutional amendment committee expected to produce draft amendments by July 2019
Myanmar Parliament approved proposal to amend the 2008 constitution
29 JanuaryTHE Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (bicameral legislature) on Tuesday approved an urgent proposal to amend the controversial 2008 constitution, despite all military MPs vot…
Ruling party in Myanmar proposes committee to amend the constitution
29 JanuaryNAYPYITAW (Reuters) - Myanmar’s ruling party on Tuesday proposed steps toward changing the constitution, its biggest challenge in nearly three years to the mili…
Op-ed: Gender reforms needed in Myanmar's constitution
11 September 2018Under the National League for Democracy (NLD) government, Myanmar’s de facto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, has taken on a stable but cautious leadership style that …
Op-ed: Constitution-making and peace process stagnation in Myanmar: Will a conditional clause help restore confidence in the 21st century Panglong Conference?
3 September 2018The national peace negotiation process in Myanmar is not working, and it is currently facing stagnation. After a 14-month delay, a third “Union Peace Conference…
Op-ed: Myanmar's aim of becoming a federalist state remains a dream
25 July 2018Myanmar has revived dreams of becoming a federalist state, led by State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi, whose father, Aung San, first floated the idea in 1947. But …