Relatives of those killed in the April-May 2010 crackdown plan to submit their version of an amnesty bill just ahead of the parliament considering six others next month.
United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship hold a rally in April, 2013 in memoray of those who were killed during the April 10, 2010 political violence. (Photo by Patipat Junthong)
Payao Akkahad, the mother of 25-year-old Kamolkade Akkahad, a medical volunteer who was killed inside Wat Pathum Wanaram on 19 May 2010, said the relatives of the crackdown victims used to support Worachai Hema's bill, but did not realise how inadequate the details were.
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