Min Ko Naing from 88-Generation Peace and Open Society said that the peace process needed to be monitored continuously to find out who was stubborn and in which points.
“We have said time and again. In fact, there are some organizations which have vested interests in it. So, peace cannot be achieved though people are longing for it. So, we must push it to go through. And the number one thing we have to do is monitoring it continuously and we must find out what issues were discussed and who is stubborn in which points. We need to know who is the main culprit for not achieving peace and who is manipulating the peace process. These are the most important points,” Min Ko Naing said.
The third session of Union Peace Conference or 21st Century Panglong Conference was held in Naypyitaw from July 11 to 16 this year.
Agreement was reached on four points of basic principles in political sector, one point of basic principle in economic sector, seven points of basic principles in social sector, two points of basic principle in Land and Environment sector.
Despite this, fighting is still fiercely raging in some places in Kachin and Shan States and local residents have to flee from their homes.