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Jatuporn makes a point

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In a world where leaders take responsibility and make sacrifices for the people and the nation, the leadership on both sides of our political divide would be standing in front of the judges. Whether any are guilty of anything, is up to the judicial system to decide. 

On Tuesday Nov 13 at the Bangkok Post forum with United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) leader Jatuporn Prompan, other red activists and academics, the controversial politician made a point worth considering. 

He said amnesty should be given to everyone, red or yellow, but the respective leaderships must surrender to face charges of terrorism and be judged by the law. People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) leaders such as Sondhi Limtongkul, Chamlong Srimuang and others must surrender. He himself would also surrender.

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