Diplomatic efforts to resolve Myanmar's political crisis are gathering pace.
South East Asian countrieswith Indonesia at the centerare in talks on how to have the military step down and enter negotiations.
Indonesia's Foreign Minister has reportedly visited Brunei and plans to meet her Singaporean counterpart soon.
Myanmar's foreign minister, appointed by the military, has been talking to Thailand's Prime Minister.
Jakarta is pushing ASEAN members to agree on an action plan that would make the military promise to hold new elections within a year.
However, this falls short of protesters' demandsas they say new elections would give legitimacy to the military's coup.