The Nitirat group has proposed including an amnesty for political offenders in the government's constitutional amendments.
The amnesty would reach back to the 2006 coup and would involve all offences by protesters which had taken place since then.
The group of Thammasat University law lecturers presented the idea yesterday at the university. It is one of several reconciliation proposals the group is promoting. The group ultimately backs a broader goal of writing a whole new charter to repeal the consequences of the 2006 coup.
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