Thai govt offers to put off polls, protesters rebuff proposal – Business Standard

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Business Standard
Thailand’s embattled government today said it would put off the February 2 snap polls if political rivals end their protests, but a top opposition leader rebuffed the proposal and said demonstrations will continue to press for reforms. “The election should be
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