Dr. Manam Tu Ja, chairperson of the Kachin State People's Party (KSPP), was one of four KSPP candidates to win a parliamentary seat in Kachin State in Burma’s general election on November 8. (more…)
The Kachin State People's Party (KSPP) has brought a legal case against three people who they say circulated false information about the party during their election campaign in Kachin State. (more…)
After the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) won the majority of votes across the country in Burma’s general election, ethnic parties in Kachin State are exploring why they did not perform as well as
The Kachin State People's Party (KSPP) is opting not to sign off on voting reports—known as Form 19—in three constituencies in Kachin State, describing the November 8 general election as “unfair.” Naw Hkung, the KSPP's
Duwa N’shang San Awng of the Kachin Peace-talk Creation Group (PCG) was elected as a Kachin State parliamentarian for Sumprabum Township’s Constituency 2 in Burma’s general election on November 8. He belongs to the Kachin
After the government restricted campaigning to curb coronavirus transmissions during the country’s worst outbreak since the pandemic started, ethnic political parties vying for seats in Kachin State are struggling to gain votes for their cause.
The Kachin State People’s Party (KSPP) has come out against the Myitsone hydropower dam, which, if completed, would be located on the confluence of the Irrawaddy River in Kachin State. The statement came on International