KPP want reforms to focus on cooperation not ethnic differences

The Kayin People’s Party says that all Burma’s political parties, including ethnic parties are planning to meet with President Thein Sein in the next two weeks to discuss the government’s countrywide reforms.

Dr Simon Tha, Vice-Chairman of KPP, confirmed with Karen News that the government is scheduling a series of meetings with all the country’s political parties.

“We want to work together with civilians to build a country-wide peace, to unite and to rehabilitate the whole country – not only for the Karen – we will meet with the President”.

On Wednesday July 22 preliminary discussions were held with the various political organisations to schedule their participation in the country’s peace building process. U Aung Min, a Vice-Chairman of the Union Peacemaking Work Committee and representatives of the
political party’s attended the discussions.

Dr Simon Tha said.

“We must co-operate with each other for peace without highlighting our ethnicity, religion or skin color if we are to build the country up.”

The KPP won five seats in the parliament during the 2010 national elections and claim to work on health, economic, social and development issues.

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