Party spokesman Chavanond Intharakomalasut said Tuesday that the party’s working committee headed by party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva assessed the political situation since the start of the protests against the government and concluded that the prime minister still remains aloof of all the problems and refuses to take any responsibility for the political crisis and violent incidents which took place during the monthlong protests.
The six issues that the Democrats will take actions include:
– The police must investigate the shooting incidents at Ramkhamhaeng University in a straightforward manner.
– The party will ask the Criminal court to withdraw bails for two red-shirt leaders, Jatuporn Promphan and Natthawut Saikua for their alleged role in inciting violence perpetrated by red-shirt followers.
– The party will ask the National Anti-Corruption Commission to take legal actions against 312 senators and MPs for their role in amending the charter on Senate composition.
– The party will inform international orgainsations about the police use of banned chemicals against the protesters.
– The party will ask the National Human Rights Commission to investigate alleged human right violations by the government.
CREDIT THAI PBS