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When did Burma become Myanmar?
Burma officially became the Union of Myanmar in 1989 however the new name is not universally recognised.
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At first, you need to go to the university as a law student.After you completed your degree in law major you have to choose three different ways such as a Judicial officer, pr…osecutor and private lawyer.If you want to be a public servant officer in the law field as a judge or law officer(solicitor) have to entry for the concerned examination board, then if you pass the exam you will attend the public servant training school about five months for general administration course and eventually you will become a judge or public solicitor.But if you choose the way of private lawyer its more difficult than field of law in government sector.After you accomplished your law degree, you need to apply for the permit as a apprentice lawyer at the Supreme Court.During these apprentice period you have to make ensure the practice the way how to liaise with the judicial office,the clients and the society within a year.After all you can apply to the supreme court,attached with satisfied documents of your legal training master to get a higher grade pleader license certificate.
Yes, if course Myanmar has internet service. It includes dial up, ADSL broadband, Wimax, Skynet and IP star. ADSL is widely used and speed is up to 2048 kbps. Mobile internet …was introduced in 2009. GSM and CDMA 800 network can use internet. GSM speed is 64kbps and CDMA is 3mbps but reduced to 128kbps in 2011 due to DDOS attck. But it does not still get back to 3mbps. CDMA users are now facing slow connection.
According to wikipedia, Burma's official name is Union of Myanmar. Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burma Further information: However, Myanmar was originally know…n as Burma, and that is still its "official" name. No legislature in Burma has actually approved the name Myanmar, which is derived from the Burmese short-form name Myanma Naingngandaw and has been promoted by the military authorities in Burma.
to eliminate the colonial name of Burma
Myanmar is current run by a military dictatorship.
they are the same place
Burma was never part of India. Burma was once "added" as a province of India after the British conquest of Burma in 1885, but broke away in 1936.
Myanmar is Burma. The country has two names, depending upon who is referring to the country. See the link. Best,
They both are called the same. Burma is the old British name and Myanmar is the native name
It is one and the same thing. The area of Burma is part of the Union of Myanmar. It is located in an area called IndoChina and is bordered by China, Thailand and some other sm…all South East Asian places.
In the Burmese language Burma can be called either Myanmah or Bama. During British Colonial rule the country was called Burma in English. In 1989 the military Govt. officially… changed the English version of the country's name from Burma to Myanmar, it also changed the English versions of many place names in the country (Like Rangoon to YAngon)
No. The military government in Myanmar is beyond the authority of the law. They cannot be sued or indicted on any charge. Additionally, legal and court proceedings are heavily… influenced by the executive, resulting in the arrest and detainment of individuals for political reasons as opposed to legal reasons.
No, because the government takes too much money from the people and they kill the people if they don't like them.. It is not a democratic government and the people don't have… many freedoms. This is proven by the results of the recent protests there; journalists were kicked out of the country and communication with the rest of the world was cut off.