The Democrat Party will continue to fight both inside and outside parliament and in every forum against the amnesty bill now going through the legislative process, party spokesman Chavanont Intarakomalyasut said on Sunday.
He said the fight will be within the scope of the law and the constitution.
On the claim that the amnesty bill, proposed by Pheu Thai MP Worachai Hema, would benefit a large number of people, Mr Chavanont said in fact only 167 people - 30 already in detention and 137 charged with political violence - stood to benefit. They included core members of the red shirts charged with terrorism.
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