Thai red-shirts vow to continue anti-gov't rally

21:43, March 31, 2010      

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A mass protest rally planned on April 3 will be prolonged until April 6 if Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva does not change the time frame to dissolve the lower House, Thai red-shirts core leader Nattawut Saikua said late Wednesday.

The red shirts won't hold anymore talks with the government if such time frame is not changed, Thai News Agency quoted Nattawut as saying.

The anti-government red shirts and the government have had the different view on the time frame for the House dissolution.

The red shirts have insisted the House can be dissolved by Prime Minister Abhisit within 15 days and it will be the only solution to the country's ongoing political conflict.

However, Prime Minister Abhisit has proposed that it could be possible to dissolve the lower House by the end of the year.

Nattawut said a strong strategy to be applied during the forthcoming rally in capital Bangkok.

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