Prayuth asks stakeholders in political conflict to find compromising point
May 21, 2014 00:00
Army Commander-in-Chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha Wednesday asked representatives of stakeholders in the political conflict to return to consult their sides what a compromising point should be, a military spokesman said.
The spokesman of the Peace and Order Maintaining Command told a press conference that representatives of the seven sides were told by Prayuth to find a point that their sides could accept and come back for a meeting again Thursday at 2 pm.
The spokesman announced the result of the two-hour meeting held at the Army Club by Prasyuth. The meeting was attended by representatives of the caretaker government, the Democrat, the Pheu Thai, the red-shirt movement, the People’s Democratic Reform Committee, the Senate and the Election Commission.