- January 14, 2019
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Daily News
- Pro-democracy activists are demanding that a general election should take place no later than 10 Mar 19 to avoid a possible violation of the 150-day deadline and are threatening to step up the pressure by holding a rally at Democracy Monument on 19 Jan 19 unless a royal decree is published by 18 Jan 19.
- There are divided opinions over the details of the 150-day timeframe on whether it entails the endorsement of the election results, with several parties agreeing that it should include the announcement of the poll outcome.
- Pro-democratic advocates defended protestors, criticising the army regime officials for accusing campaigners against the delay as “troublemakers” and urged the government to resolve the issue.