Hot! Burmese Lawyers Push to Save Colonial Buildings

The Irawaddy | Lawyers in Burma vowed on Tuesday to fight the sale of Rangoon’s 101-year-old High Court and a plan to convert the city’s imposing old police headquarters into a Chinese-owned hotel.

The Myanmar Lawyers’ Network said it is searching for legal means to nullify the sale of both buildings, which were auctioned off by the previous military government that ceded power in 2011.

The calls for preservation come amid sweeping changes in Burma, officially known as Myanmar, which has been described as a country frozen in time during the half-century of military rule.

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