Agovernment commission is to investigate sectarian violence in which at least 83 people were killed.
President Thein Sein's website announced the commission more than two months after clashes between Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas.
Thein Sein has rejected calls from the UN and human rights groups for independent investigators. The commission will include former student activists, an ex-UN officer and representatives of political parties and Islamic and other religious organisations.
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