Burma's military government has threatened to dissolve the opposition National League for Democracy, accusing it of having links to illegal organizations.
Information Minister Kyaw Hsan said Wednesday the government has enough evidence to declare the NLD an unlawful association for its links to what he called "terrorist groups and exiled dissident organizations."
He also said officials have no plans for dialogue with the NLD, headed by pro-democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi.
The NLD last week said it would recognize the military government if it convenes parliament by May 27th.
That date marks the anniversary of Burma's 1990 elections, in which the NLD won a majority of seats in parliament but was not allowed to take power.
Information for this report is provided by AP.