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05 May 2010 :: 17:05:27 pm 19747

Reds Reluctantly Agree to Abhisit’s ‘Road Map’ for Peace

Following Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva’s announcement of a ‘road map’ to recovery on Monday night, Red shirt leaders gathered on stage at their Ratchaprasong rally site to announce a rather conditional acceptance of the proposals put forward by the beleaguered prime minster.
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Bangkok, the 5th of May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: Although not entirely voicing their acceptance of the ‘road map’ to peace, which stipulated the calling of fresh elections on the 14th of November 2010, the Red Shirts gave the first positive signs that, at the very least, negotiations could proceed.

Wednesday still sees the anti-government Red Shirt protesters camped at their rally site in the heart of the nation’s capital; however their continued presence hinges on the Red Shirts insistence that Abhisit give a specific date as to when he will officially dissolve the house. Various media outlets are currently reporting dissolution towards the end of September however these statements appear to be largely unfounded at present.

Following various accusations of anti-monarchist fueled sentiments running through the Red Shirts camp, levelled by some government senators, it is believed the United Front For Democracy Against Dictatorship leaders were especially wary that their supporters may think that an under-the-table deal with the government was dealt. Red leaders however; yesterday challenged the government to carry out there accusations of terrorism and anti-monarchist threats through official avenues or face the consequences of their own actions.

Coalition parties also seemed to be split on the prime ministers ‘road map’ with some factions seeming to suggest that the PM had prematurely given in to the UDD’s intimidating tactics. One key exponent of that sentiment was Mr. Chuan Leekpai a former Democratic Party leader and mentor of Prime Minister Abhisit.

The situation now stands that; although the Red Shirts have not directly agreed or rejected Abhisit’s proposal there were definite indications that negotiations or compromises could be discussed for an eventual solution to the currently damaging state of Thailand’s political affairs.

Reporter : John Weston   Photo : Internet   Category : Politics News

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