3 independent committees set up for Thai reconciliation

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Three independent committees have been set up as part of a reconciliation roadmap proposed by Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, PM's Office Minister Sathit Wongnongtoey said on Thursday, the Bangkok Post's website reported.

The committees are for investigating deaths in the two-month- odd anti-government rally, charter amendments and media reform.

The government on Tuesday appointed former attorney-general Khanit na Nakhon to head the committee to uncover who was behind the killings during the recent "red-shirts" protest.

The general public are encouraged to take part in the reconciliation roadmap, as there would be channels for them to voice their opinions. These channels include the organization of people's assemblies and national polls, he said.

The government will open an office at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, which will serve as a venue to promote the government's reconciliation plan and activities, he said.

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