The Burmese government is calling members of the country's main opposition party "terrorists."
Burma's information minister Brigadier General Kyaw Hsan Tuesday called members of the National League for Democracy party terrorists because they are working with dissident groups he called "terrorist" organizations.
The minister said the groups include student and trade unions including the All Burma Students' Democratic Front.
He said the government would take action if the groups compromised national security.
And China's Xinhua news agency reports today the Burmese government is warning political parties to uphold the nation's laws.
The information minister accused some political parties of using foreign forces to pressure the government.