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Multi-colours won't join amnesty talks

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The so-called multi-colours will not take part in a planned discussion of a proposed new amnesty bill Monday because it is not the right time for it, their leader Tul Sitthisomwong said on Sunday. 

Dr Tul said he had turned down House deputy speaker Charoen Chankomol's invitation for the group to attend the discussion over the new amnesty draft proposed by 42 Pheu Thai MPs led by Worachai Hema.

Mr Worachai's draft aims to grant amnesty to offenders, excluding protest leaders, between the Sept 19, 2006 coup and May 10, 2011.

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