The executive committee of the Democrat Party has given the green light to a plan to restructure the party, chairman of the working group for reform, Asawin Wiphusiri said on Tuesday.
Mr Asawin, a party list MP, said the executive committee's meeting, chaired by party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva, agreed on Monday that the party should have three main committees - the executive committee, the committee for zones supervision, and the advisory committee.
The executive committee would would comprise 25 members, up from an earlier proposed 15 members. The 10 additional members would comprise five more deputy leaders, one for each of the five regions, and five deputy leaders under the party leader's quota, to be responsible for various fields such as economic, social and foreign affairs.
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