Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) New Year Resolution For 2015


After unilaterally held rigged election in 2010, U Thein Sein’s regime come into power, unprecedented measures were taken including releasing political prisoners and giving some freedom. After 2011, National League for Democracy (NLD) contested by-elections and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi entered the parliament. Burma is now believed to be transition from Dictatorship to Democracy and Development.

But, Burma is still not very much changed. Inflation, unemployment, shortage of electricity, many decades old infrastructures, deforestation, environmental problems, corruption, civil war, and conflicts are major challenges still pending to be addressed.

Three institutions must be reformed to promote good governance: the state, the private sector and civil society so as to have accountability, transparency, respecting rule of law, responsive, equitable and inclusive, effective and efficient, and participatory. The way that Burmese government operates and delivers services to the citizens…

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