The Senate is struggling to come up with ways to end the political crisis as both the anti-government movement and the red shirts pile pressure on the Upper House to back their causes.
People’s Democratic Reform Committee secretary-general Suthep Thaugsuban, along with other PDRC co-leaders, reads a statement at Government House Tuesday calling on the Senate to step up efforts to install an interim prime minister. (Photo by Thiti Wanamontha)
The Senate held an informal session for a second day Tuesday to discuss possible solutions to the crisis.
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