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06 May 2010 :: 16:05:46 pm 19784

PM Abhisit: House dissolution between September 15-30

BANGKOK, May 6 (TNA) - Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva conceded on Thursday that the House of Representatives will be dissolved in September to pave the way for a new general election which may be held November 14 under the terms of his reconciliation road map.
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The prime minister on Monday announced during a nationally televised address a five-point national reconciliation plan aimed at ending the country’s present political crisis. The plan includes elections to be held on November 14.

Key leaders of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) have accepted the reconciliation plan but pledged to maintain the group’s rally at Bangkok’s prime commercial area of Ratchaprasong until the premier announces a specific date for the House dissolution.

As the Red Shirts are waiting the premier’s response, asked by reporters about the fixed election date, Mr Abhisit said “Everybody can calculate the date.”

The Thai Constitution indicates the premier must dissolve Parliament between 45-60 days before a new election is to be held.

Asked whether the dissolution of Parliament will be between September 15-30 as earlier indicated by the premier’s close aide, Mr Abhisit said “Yes”.

The prime minister’s close aide Sirichok Sopha said on Wednesday the House dissolution should be between September 15-30, but it also depends on the Red Shirts to consider the end of their demonstrations so that the road map can be implemented.

The Democrat Party on Thursday also resolved with a majority vote to support the premier’s road map for national reconciliation and holding the new general election in November.


Meanwhile, Col Sansern Kaewkamnerd, spokesman for the Centre for the Resolution of Emergency Resolution (CRES), said the road map for national reconciliation is political approach to solve the crisis and this does not mean there will be no more security operation to retake the protest site.

Col Sansern said more checkpoints have been set up to prevent the Red Shirt protesters from taking heavy weapons out of their rally site, adding that the CRES has sent short SMS messages to the mobile phones of many protesters to try to create better understanding of the government’s viewpoint.

The CRES spokesman said the anti-government Red Shirts have no right to negotiate further as the premier’s road map is the reconciliation plan for the whole nation.

Col Sansern said the UDD demand for the premier to announce a specific date of for the House dissolution is considered an attempt to announce their own victory. (TNA)

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Politics News

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