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Thai PM Calls for More Debate

PM urges all sides to share opinions in parliament meeting today

In his live talk show on NBT channel this morning (August 31st), Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej calls for all participants in parliament meeting to share their opinions and ideas in an effort to help get the country’s problems resolved.

The premier also encourages public members to view the parliament meeting, scheduled to resume this afternoon on NBT channel. He says the meeting will allow participants from both lower House and the Senate to express their opinions and help seek the solutions in accordance with the democratic system.

Parliament meeting will be televised on NBT channel 24 hours from afternoon onwards.

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