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Thanasak keeps mum on Wadah plan to seek help from Indonesia

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Supreme commander Thanasak Patimaprakorn has declined to comment on a Wadah group proposal to seek Indonesia's help in tackling the insurgency in the far South. 

People are entitled to make proposals, but "responsible authorities" will be the ones to eventually make decisions based on the national interest, he said.

The Wadah group suggestion comes amid continuing violence in the Muslim-dominated southernmost provinces, despite formal peace talks between the government and separatists kicking off last month.

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