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Burma's Junta Seeks 'Disciplined Democracy'


A senior member of Burma's ruling junta says its plan for gradual political changes is the only way to move the Southeast Asian nation toward what he calls a state of "disciplined democracy."

Thein Sein addressed the latest session Monday of the country's National Convention, which is intended to draft a new national constitution.

Burmese police say an explosion in downtown Rangoon wounded two people today Monday as the convention got underway. The police say it may have been a gas explosion, but they are investigating.

More than one-thousand delegates chosen by the junta are attending the convention near Rangoon. However, many Burmese political groups are absent -- in particular, the National League for Democracy, which won Burma's last elections 15 years
ago, but has never been allowed to govern.

Information for this report is provided by AFP and Reuters.

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