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03 May 2010 :: 12:05:51 pm 19578

Thai Prime Minister Proposes Reconciliation Plan

Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva revealed to the Japanese press on Sunday that a reconciliation plan to resolve the current political crisis in Thailand was being considered. The plan is expected to include a 9-month time frame for the dissolution of the House, similar to that which was offered to the Red Shirts in the initial negotiations.
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Bangkok, the 3rd of May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: Whilst Red Shirt protesters still continue to mass at the Ratchaprasong Intersection in Bangkok, further demonstrations have been rather subdued, largely due to the public relations disaster that the Reds have had to undergo following the Chulalongkorn Hospital incident on Thursday.

Barricades restricting the hospitals operation, assurances from Red Shirt leaders and an increase in security force presence at the site, Chulalongkorn Hospital been returned to relative normal operations as of Monday. Patients that were evacuated have largely been returned, with various unnamed sources from within the Red camp stating that the hospital administrators ‘overreacted’ and may have been prompted into their extreme measures by the government or pro-government supporters.

The relative calm has prompted Mr. Abhisit into a meeting with the Japanese press; Japan is one of the major investors in Thailand, explaining that he will propose a reconciliation plan to Red Shirt leaders within the next few days, hoping to alleviate any investor uncertainty that has arisen. It is believed the proposal will include a 9-month timeframe for the dissolution of parliament, one which was rejected by Red Shirt leaders in two rounds of negotiations with the government in March.

“We believe we can do that (easing the political upheaval) by doing two things simultaneously. First, there is a political solution of some kind of a road map to achieve reconciliation….and secondly is that we have to make sure that the law is upheld, ” he said in the interview on Sunday. Abhisit, in relation to his relative inaction at present, stated that he had not ordered a dispersal of the Reds main rally site as the risk of civilian casualties was too high, with many innocent women and children mingling amongst the group.

Increasing reports are beginning to surface of an anti-monarchy sentiment running through various sects of the Red Shirt protests, although stopping short of confirming those accusations, PM Abhisit did state that their had been evidence to confirm those reports however more evidence needed to be collected before the police could ‘fully handle the problem.’

Reporter : John Weston   Photo : Internet   Category : Politics News

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