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Pattaya Daily News

09 May 2010 :: 11:05:03 am 20003

Red Shirts Denounce Attacks Amidst Continued Silence

Key United Front For Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) leaders yesterday came out and publicly denounced Friday nights grenade attacks in which two policemen were killed and up to 13 others injured. Red Shirt leaders admitted that some parties might resent the ongoing negotiations for peace and try to destabilise the situation by carrying out violent acts of ‘terrorism.’
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Bangkok, the 9th of May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: Although little indication as yet has been given to suggest that Fridays incident was carried out by Red Shirt aligned protesters, UDD leaders realised the implications of the act and moved to distance themselves and the Red Shirts from the incident. One key leader referenced the fact that the Red Shirts have never been involved with such tactics even at the height of their protests, citing an independent group as being responsible for the two attacks in Silom business district.

Yet further stalling of the announcement of the Red Shirts stance in relations to Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva’s ‘road map’ occurred yesterday, with key leaders appearing on stage at the Ratchaprasong rally site to explain their need for 1-2 further days before announcing a revised proposal. At present signs are positive however; with key Red leader Nattawut Saikua revealing that the leaders had all agreed on the majority of points put forth by Abhisit, with just a few key areas still up for discussion.

One key element that seems to be of some concern to both the Red Shirts and the newly formed Mulit-coloured Shirt group is the ability of the premier to action such a diverse plan within such a short time period, however; Red leaders have announced that this is one of the areas that they had been discussing and are set rectify in the adapted proposal. Multi-coloured Shirts announced the need to adapt the proposal to suit a more appropriate timeframe on Thursday, calling for Abhisit to begin revising the ‘road map’ and provide an alternative within the next two months.

Note: Certain sections of the government and media are attempting to reignite the political situation by insinuating that Friday’s grenade blasts were in some way Red aligned or more to the point, ordered. This however seems far from the truth, given the continued public announcements coming out of Ratchaprasong and that relative calm that has fallen on the capital over the past week prior to Friday’s attacks. The majority of the more informed Thai public and Red leaders believe that the incident was the result of a small separatist group that does not agree with a protracted ‘road map’ to recovery, rather seeking an immediate dissolution at any cost.

Reporter : John Weston   Photo : Internet   Category : Politics News

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