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Thein Sein eyes second term and more reforms
Nikkei Asian Review

Myanmar president not ruling out second term

YANGON, July 31 (Reuters) - Myanmar President Thein Sein has indicated willingness to have a second five-year term in office after a parliamentary election in November, citing few younger people capable of continuing his government's reform agenda. Sharenet, 1 day ago
Thein Sein eyes second term and more reforms Nikkei Asian Review, 2 days ago
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Public Radio International

Myanmar to Free 7,000 People, Including 155 Chinese Loggers Under Amnesty

Myanmar President U Thein Sein signed an order for immediate release of nearly 7,000 people, including 210 foreigners. MOSCOW (Sputnik)— Some 7,000 prisoners, including recently convicted 155 Chinese loggers, received pardon fromthe government ...
 Sputnik2 days ago Thousands of prisoners in Myanmar released in political move  Public Radio International1 day ago Loggers release not victory of diplomacy  Global Times1 day ago BREAKING: Presidential pardon for 6966 prisoners includes loggers, 210 foreigners  Myanmar Times2 days ago
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Nikkei Asian Review

President H. E. U Thein Sein felicitates His Majesty King Mohammed VI of the Kingdom of Morocco

MIL OSI Source: Republic of the Union of Myanmar Press Release/Statement: Headline: PRESS RELEASE U Thein Sein, President of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, has sent a message of felicitations to His Majesty King Mohammed VI of the ...
 Foreign Affairs.co.nz1 day ago Unlocking Myanmar's state-owned enterprise 'black box'  Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago Thein Sein cancels plan to visit bridge, power plant opening ceremonies in Loikaw  Eleven Myanmar1 week ago
Latin American Herald Tribune

Myanmar: Two journalists fined for defaming President Thein Sein

ANI | London July 22, 2015 Last Updated at 11:44 IST A court in Myanmar has fined two journalists with one million kyat each after finding them guilty of defaming the country's President Thein Sein. Array According to BBC, the case was filed by the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Myanmar Court Fines two Journalists for Defaming President Thein Sein  Latin American Herald Tribune1 week ago Myanmar fines journos for defamation  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago Myanmar editors fined for defamation  BBC1 week ago
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The Telegraph

Doval in Myanmar on placatory trip

National security adviser Ajit Doval and foreign secretary Subrahmanyam Jaishankar today met Myanmar President Thein Sein in capital Nay Pyi Taw on a visit aimed at assuaging concerns following New Delhi's reaction to border operations against militants ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago NSA Doval Meets Myanmar Prez Sein and Top Defence Officials  Outlook1 month ago NSA Ajit Doval, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar in Myanmar; meet President U Thein Sein and top defence officials  Economic Times1 month ago NSA, FS in Myanmar; meet Prez Sein and top defence officials  Business Standard1 month ago
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Hindustan Times

Khaplang’s deal with Myanmar changed Northeast rebel equation

Burmese Naga rebel chieftain SS Khaplangs truce with Myanmars Thein Sein government in 2012 is believed to have reinvigorated northeast militant outfits that began losing steam after the National Socialist Council of NagalandIsak Muivah NSCNIM declared truce ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Arabstoday.net

Chinese ambassador presents letter of credence to Myanmar president

Chinese Ambassador to Myanmar Hong Liang on Wednesday presented the Letter of Credence to Myanmar President U Thein Sein in Myanmar's Nay Pyi Taw, according to the Chinese Embassy here. The Chinese ambassador held a brief meeting with U Thein Sein ...
 China.org.cn2 days ago
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Myanmar president yet to decide competing in upcoming general election: official

YANGON, July 14 (Xinhua) -- Myanmar President U Thein Sein has not decided yet if he will compete in the upcoming general election slated for Nov. 8 to seek re-election of the presidency, the President's Office told Xinhua on Tuesday. U Thein Sein ...
 Xinhua News Agency2 weeks ago Kayah parties struggle to compete  Eleven Myanmar1 week ago XINHUA - Myanmar president yet to decide competing in upcoming general election: official  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago
Zaman

2 Myanmar editors fined for insulting President Thein Sein

A Myanmar court on Tuesday fined two editors of a weekly newspaper 1 million kyat ($809) each after finding them guilty of violating the country's media law by insult ing the president. The case was one of several seen by press freedom advocates ...
 Zaman1 week ago Myanmar newspaper editors fined over article calling president a fool  Kicker Daily News1 week ago Myanmar Newspaper Editors Ffined for Insulting President  Tempo.co1 week ago Myanmar court fines 2 newspaper editors for publishing interview that insulted president  DailyNews724.com1 week ago
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Shanlandorg

Myanmar ready to finalise nationwide ceasefire agreement

Myanmar President U Thein Sein on Monday said the government is ready to finalise a nationwide ceasefire agreement.With all parties accepting that the only way to resolve armed conflict is through a political solution, U Thein Sein pledged to the nation of ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Election deadline looms for peace  Myanmar Times2 weeks ago PERSPECTIVE: Constitutional Amendments, Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement and November Election  Shanlandorg2 weeks ago
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