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One amnesty bill to cure them all?

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Politically, the reconciliation bill proposed by Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung makes the most sense: Absolve all those involved in and prosecuted for political offences since 2006. 

Such a bill, if enacted, would afford the cleanest cut the country could possibly make from its all-too-burdensome past full of discord and bad blood.

The law would be based on the same concept of decoupling if you are in international diplomacy, or cutting your losses if you are in business.

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