Earlier this month, hundreds of newly elected MPs took their seats in Burma’s parliament for the very first time. They belong to Aung Sang Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy party, which now has a majority in the two chambers. However, the constitution reserves a quarter of all seats for the military - an indication of the challenges that democracy campaigners continue to face. Our team of reporters went to meet some of the new lawmakers.
A programme prepared by Yong Chim and Laura Burloux