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Harsh law enforcement won’t solve political conflict

Pedestrians walk past a paint-sprayed bus stop in front of the Royal Thai Police Office in Pathumwan district, Bangkok, on Thursday, following the anti-government protest there and at adjacent Ratchaprasong intersection on Wednesday night. (Photo: Apichit Jinakul)

The two major opposition parties, Pheu Thai and Move Forward, denounced Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s decision to intensify the government’s response to protest violence, saying it would not solve any problems.

Pheu Thai spokeswoman Arunee Kasayanont said on Thursday that at a time of extreme political conflict, heavy law enforcement might not be the right solution. The science of politics should also be applied. 

She advised the government to allow stakeholders to take part in solving national problems.

Ms Arunee said the prime minister’s…

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