Thai Parliament to Hold Special Session to Ease Political Tension

By Kyodo News 21 October 2020

BANGKOK—Thailand’s parliament will hold a special session next week in an effort to ease political tensions after a wave of anti-government protests, officials said Tuesday.

The extraordinary session will be held on Oct. 26-27 to allow all sides to share views, build more understanding and reduce the conflict through the parliamentary mechanism, they said.

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