By The Nation
Isoc has invited major political camps and parties to participate in the seminar, in which it will discuss the harmony pact with participants.
Isoc spokesman Colonel Peerawat Saengthong said Isoc invited all people who had contributed to the pact’s creation since the scheme kick-started in February to join the sessions for a final brush-up before submitting it to the reform and reconciliation committee.
The first meetings will be held at the First Army Area command in Bangkok on Monday as well as other military barracks in all regions from Monday to Thursday.
Peerawatch expected some 500 people to join the session in Bangkok. Among the participants will be non-governmental organisations and concerned public members.
Similar sessions are to be held this week at the regional Army commands in Nakhon Ratchasima province in the Northeast, Phitsanulok province in the North and Nakhon Si Thammarat province in the South.