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Burma would like ceasefire, but KIO calls for political talks

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No political dialogue has occurred during the 17-year ceasefire period and the KIO were intimidated to remove weapons and transform into the Burmese Army-controlled Border Guard Force (BGF) before the November 7 election in 2010.

The KIO cast off the BGF plan, saying it cannot accept transformation of its armed wing.

Talks between the KIO and the Burmese government were also aborted in 1963, 1972, and 1980 respectively; though, they all failed to get to the bottom of the political standoff between the two sides.

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