Diplomatic efforts to resolve Myanmar's political crisis are gathering pace. The Association of South East Asian Nations also known as ASEAN - are in talks on how to have the military junta step down and enter negotiations. For more on this and other news around the world, we have Choi Jeong-yoon. Jeong-yoon, give us the latest. Mokyeon, one country taking the lead within ASEAN is Indonesia. The country's Foreign Minister says she has had thorough talks with both the military and lawmakers representing citizens...to try and end the bloodshed in Myanmar. Jakarta is also pushing ASEAN members to agree on an action plan that would make the junta promise to hold new elections within a year... while Asian countries will facilitate dialogue between junta and anti-coup protestors. The Indonesian foreign minister has visited Brunei and plans to meet her Singaporean counterpart soon. Myanmar's foreign minister, appointed by the military, is also reported to have visited Bangkok to meet Thailand's Prime Minister. However, ASEAN's efforts fall short of protesters' demands...as they say new elections would give legitimacy to the military junta. Upon hearing the news...hundreds of people in Yangon marched to the Indonesian embassy opposing the idea of more elections.. saying the junta should accept the landslide victory of Aung San Suu Kyi in last November's poll.