Thai anti-gov't group not yet finalizes details for reconciliation roadmap

10:49, May 08, 2010      

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Thai policemen guard near a "red-shirt" protestors' rally spot in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, on May 7, 2010. (Xinhua/Lui Siu Wai)

Thailand's anti-government group Friday has not yet finalized details of their roadmap to be implemented along with the one having been offered by the Prime Minister.

Speaking at a press conference at 06:00 p.m., core leader Natthawut Saikua said the group has still agreed to move forward with the prime minister's offered reconciliation roadmap.

However, the details of the anti-government's reconciliation plan to be proposed to the prime minister have not yet been finalized, said Natthawut.

A meeting to discuss about the details of the anti-government's reconciliation plan will be held on Saturday, said Natthawut.

Meanwhile, he said the core leaders have reconfirmed not to seek amnesty on charges, including the terrorism one, but they are ready to fight the charges through a judicial process.

Also, the anti-government group has called for an inquiry into the violence incidents on April 10 and April 28 incidents, Natthawut said.

The anti-government group has also urged all concerned parties to accept an election outcome in the future, said Natthawut.

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