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Marriages were previously allowed between Burmese women and male foreigners provided that the divisional courts in Burma were informed within 21 days of advance notice.
Myanmar has been an active participant of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Committee on Women as well as the ASEAN Commission on Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Women and Children in 2010.
According to the research done by Daw Mya Sein, Burmese women "for centuries – even before recorded history" owned a "high measure of independence" and had retained their "legal and economic rights" despite the influences of Buddhism and Hinduism.
Burma once had a matriarchal system that includes the exclusive right to inherit oil wells and the right to inherit the position as village head.
“This is a very low-risk crime compared to other crimes because very little investigation crosses borders,” the UNODC’s regional representative Jeremy Douglas told The Straits Times.
“We need to have an investigative task force that can work within and across multiple countries at the same time.” The report discusses the economic pressures that compel men, women and children to sign up to be smuggled into Thailand to find work on its construction sites, factories, brothels and even on the streets as beggars, making them vulnerable to criminal networks.