Most people polled recently rejected the conditions demanded for peace talks set by the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN), Nida Poll at the National Institution of Development Administration said on Friday.
The pollster carried out a survey on “the BRN’s Peace Talks Demands” between April 29 and May 2, seeking opinions from 1,249 people of all education levels and a wide range of occupations nationwide, including 171 residents of the violent three southernmost provinces.
As many as 88.47% of the respondents opposed the demand that Thai authorities must release all detained suspects and suspend and revoke arrest warrants in national security cases without any conditions, Nida Poll reported.
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