Fifty-three political parties have joined a push for a fresh general election to be held as early as May.
The agreement was reached at a meeting at the Police Academy in Nakhon Pathom's Sam Phran district yesterday to discuss plans for the upcoming poll. The Democrat Party, which boycotted the nullified Feb 2 poll, did not join the meeting.
Speaking about the agreement, key Pheu Thai Party figure Pokin Polakul said the parties believed the new election must be held 45-60 days after the Constitutional Court's ruling to void the Feb 2 poll was promulgated in the Royal Gazette.
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