It is said it takes two to tango. But it seems the government does not subscribe to this theory and has decided to tango alone without its opposite partner in its push for political reform and national reconciliation through the political reform assembly.
The first meeting of the assembly, which is an initiative of the government, is scheduled for this coming Sunday and will be chaired by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
Prime Minister's Office Minister Varathep Rattanakorn, one of two government emissaries assigned to approach potential participants in the assembly, said about 60 people would initially be invited to join the meeting. So far, about 20 have accepted the invitation.
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