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Yingluck: Protesters' demand unconstitutional

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Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has rejected the anti-government group's demand she hand power to an unelected "People's Council", but insisted she will do anything else needed to restore peace in the country. 

In a 12-minute speech broadcast live on television, Ms Yingluck, also the defence minister, said there had been demands for her to resign, dissolve the House of Representatives, or to give power to an unelected council.

She was speaking from the Royal Thai Police headquarters on Monday afternoon.

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