The King Prajadhipok’s Institute (KPI) is studying various reconciliation committee models and will submit a report to Parliament president Chuan Leekpai for consideration on Monday to decide on a way to resolve the recent student-led unrest, according to Woothisarn Tanchai, secretary-general of the institute.
Mr Chuan recently proposed the establishment of a committee to restore national harmony and end the current political conflict. The move came after the special parliament session earlier this week failed to reach an agreement on how to end the protests.
The KPI was hired by parliament to provide suggestions on who should sit on the committee and whether representatives of the youth-led, anti-dictatorship protesters should be invited to join.
Mr Woothisarn said the institute’s current work involves the drafting of the composition of the proposed…