Thai PM to head a security meeting on Monday to assess political situation

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is reportedly scheduled to chair a meeting of Thailand’s National Security Council on Monday, to assess the political situation following recent and increasingly violent political protests….

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Reconciliation panel takes shape with 11 initial members

Eleven members have been appointed to the newly-formed reconciliation committee tasked with finding a solution to the ongoing political conflict. However, representatives from the opposition and anti-government protesters are so…

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Thailand’s opposition alliance confirms its boycott of Reconciliation Committee

The coalition of six opposition parties have again confirmed their decision not to join the parliament-initiated Reconciliation Committee, established to resolve the current political conflict. Speaking on behalf of the…

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Coalition parties field three candidates for seats on Reconciliation Committee

Thailand’s governing parties are fielding three candidates for seats on the 21-member Reconciliation Committee, initiated by parliament to resolve the current political conflict. According to the Office of the Secretary-General…

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President of Thai Parliament wants to bring people together, but not to quarrel

Thailand’s Parliament President Chuan Leekpai has said that he intends to bring people from all sectors of the Thai society together, including anti-establishment protesters, for constructive discussions, to find long-term…

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Parliament President should head the Reconciliation Committee – Senator

Senator Kamnoon Sitthisamarn has proposed that the Thai Parliament’s President, Chuan Leekpai, should head the reconciliation committee, emphasizing the latter’s suitability for the post.   He said that Mr. Chuan…

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Thailand’s opposition parties won’t join proposed reconciliation committee unless PM steps down first

Opposition whips have rejected the Government’s proposal to set up a multi-party reconciliation committee, to tackle the current political conflict in Thailand, unless Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha steps down first….

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