BANGKOK, June 3 (Xinhua) -- Details of the three-stage plan for reconciliation put forward by the National Council for Peace and Order were revealed Tuesday with the announcement of head of the new Reconciliation Center for Reforms (RCR), local media reported.
The first stage of the plan, which involves preparation, has already begun. At this stage, representatives of various agencies will be invited to form working groups. Each of them would set up a data-collecting center, lay down an operational plan and fix areas of responsibility, the Bangkok Post quoted Banpot Phunpien, Security Operations Command spokesman as saying.
During the second stage, all working groups will compile information and opinions from people at family, village, tambon, district, provincial and regional levels to lay down an operational plan for RCR's consideration. This stage is expected to begin in early June.
The proposed operational plan then will be finalized for implementation in the third stage starting in July.
RCR aims at providing necessary facilities for all groups, regardless of their ideologies, to come together to create an appropriate atmosphere for people in Thai society to accept differences of opinion. The center will handle existing conflicts fairly and systematically under the current justice process, without taking into consideration previous conditions set under the justice process prior to May 22, Banpot said.
RCR operation centers at provincial level are expected to be formed to carry out the plan.
Banpot quoted the coup leader Prayuth as saying that he wants all conflicting parties to join as one to solve problems, move the country forward and take part in the reform process ahead of a clean and fair election truly participated in by all, reported Bangkok Post.
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