Red-shirt MPs of the ruling Pheu Thai Party will table their own version of an amnesty bill before parliament in two weeks.
The group made the decision after a Pheu Thai meeting yesterday refused to discuss the amnesty issue.
Pheu Thai spokesman Prompong Nopparit said the meeting agreed there were differing opinions on an amnesty law. The party should listen to the views of coalition parties and the general public first.
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