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Bahrain's National Dialogue kicks off

07-03-2011 09:32 BJT

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Bahrain's National Dialogue has kicked off with participation by more than 300 representatives from political parties, human rights groups and non-governmental organizations.

Dialogue leaders say there are no preconditions with an aim of national consensus.

There is no time frame for the dialogue, which will feature participation by Bahrain's largest opposition group, the Al We-faq National Islamic Society and others.

At a rally of thousands of supporters of Wefaq, the leading Shi'ite opposition group announced it would attend the dialogue. The outcome of the three-times-a-week dialogue will be forwarded to the King.



Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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