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05 September 2010 :: 10:09:11 am 37536

Abhisit & Puea Thai to Discuss National Reconciliation Efforts

Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva is prepared to discuss reconciliation plans with leaders of the opposition Puea Thai Party upon his return from China, according to a spokesman for the ruling Democrat Party.
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Bangkok, the 4th of September 2010: Aimed at reconciling the nation following a series of bloody confrontations and political disturbances, namely during April/May, Abhisit plans to meet with Puea Thai Party officials over their proposed five-point reconciliation plan in an attempt to further restore normalcy to the nation.

Currently in China to visit the Thailand National Day at the World Expo, premier Abhisit revealed his intentions via Democrat Party spokesperson Buranat Samutarak, who insisted that the government has welcomed the opposition’s plan, which will benefit all of Thai society and help end the ongoing political conflicts.

Mr. Samutarak said the premier is ready to discuss the issue with Deputy Puea Thai Party leader Plodprasop Suratsawadee and the party’s main leaders upon his return from China, providing talks do not center on his party joining a coalition government of amnesty for currently banned politicians.

The Puea Thai Party on Thursday issued a the five-point plan, proposing to seek an end to the Kingdom’s political problems, which have emerged since a bloodless coup was formed to oust former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra in 2006.

Meanwhile, in a recent radio interview Mr. Suratsawadee hinted that reconciliation is the target that all party’s should be focusing on, insinuating that an ‘important person’ needed to initiate the talks. Without disclosing a name, Mr. Suratsawadee professed that the person is “connected with the Prime Minister and the government, who would reveal himself when the right time comes.”

Reporter : John Weston   Photo : Internet   Category : Politics News

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