“Security and rule of law in the nation are at critical risk,” said a party statement.
Bullet Points: the news from DVB for Friday 25 July.
Burmese refugees living in Thailand will face challenges if they are repatriated, the UN refugee agency said on Wednesday.
Angus Watson brings you today’s edition of Bullet Points
Thousands of refugees line up to be counted in the Mae La camp near the border town Mae Sot, as Thai authorities begin the first census of its kind.
Bullet Points: bringing you the day’s news for Monday 14 July.
Friday is World Refugee Day and on the Thai-Burmese border some 120,000 people are living in refugee camps, but Thai military officials have indicated that the repatriation of refugees may not be a distant prospect.
Thai security officials meet in Mae Sot to discuss how refugees from Burma living in camps by the Thai-Burmese border can be repatriated.
DVB Debate asks: are conditions right in Burma for refugees to return home?