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Myanmar’s Parliament Seeks to Repeal Military Veto

Myanmar’s legislature is the cornerstone of its four-year-old civilian government, but reserves one quarter of parliamentary seats for appointed military representatives, giving them veto power over all constitutional amendments. The legislature is now considering amending the constitution to remove this veto power, which international observers say is a key step in affirming the country’s transition to civilian rule. Myanmar’s main opposition party the National League for Democracy has...

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