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Thai PM withdraws compromise offer

05-12-2010 08:31 BJT

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Thailand's prime minister is taking back the deal he offered anti-government protesters. His compromise had included the offer of an early election.

Abhisit, says the government will not bargain on petty issues that are being brought up. He said, the people's patience, with the demonstrators had frayed.

Abhisit, took this new stand, after demonstrators said they WOULD continue their protest.

Last week he offered Red Shirt protesters a deal to hold new elections in November, this, actually more than a year before his term ends.

His offer, WAS conditional on demonstrators ending their protest.


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