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A parliamentary vote brought Abhisit's party to power in December 2008, leading the Red Shirts to complain his rule is undemocratic

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After weeks of demonstrations and fiery rhetoric that prompted Abhisit to seek refuge at an army base, the two sides sat across a conference table from each other and shook hands. They then reiterated their sharply different stances.

5 months ago"Our request is simple and direct: Dissolve Parliament for the people to decide again," said Veera Muksikapong, a protest leader. He was joined by two other protest leaders, all dressed in their signature red shirts.

A tense-looking Abhisit - accompanied by two advisers, all wearing blue shirts - reiterated his position that dissolving Parliament immediately would not solve Thailand's deep political crisis.

"I have to make a decision based on a consensus from the entire country, including the Red Shirts," Abhisit said. "We have to think: Will dissolution really solve the problem?"

Abhisit has repeatedly rejected the protesters' demands that he dissolve Parliament and call new elections.

Thousands of protesters gathered in the historic heart of Bangkok awaiting direction from their leaders on how to respond if the talks failed. During more than two weeks of protests, the number of participants has peaked at more than 100,000.

The protest movement consists largely of supporters of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, 카지노사이트 who was ousted by a 2006 military coup for alleged corruption, and pro-democracy activists who opposed the army takeover.

Protest leaders have increasingly portrayed the demonstrations as a struggle between Thailand's impoverished, mainly rural masses and a Bangkok-based elite impervious to their plight.

The Red Shirts believe that Abhisit came to power illegitimately with the connivance of the military and other parts of the traditional ruling class and that only new elections can restore integrity to Thai democracy.

Thaksin's allies won elections in December 2007, but two resulting governments were forced out by court rulings. A parliamentary vote brought Abhisit's party to power in December 2008, leading the Red Shirts to complain his rule is undemocratic.

In recent days, the protests have turned increasingly confrontational and raised fears of violence.

The protesters issued an ultimatum on Sunday threatening to scale the walls of the army base where Abhisit has been staying unless he agreed to meet them face-to-face.

Abhisit went on national television earlier in the day saying he would not bow to ultimatums. Two hours later, however, he agreed to the talks.

"To find a way to restore peace and minimize the chance of violence, the prime minister has accepted the condition to negotiate with the protesters," a member of Abhisit's staff said in a brief announcement.

The two sides met at an academic institute on the outskirts of Bangkok. Security officers searched the venue for bombs before Abhisit entered.

(Left: Supporters of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra stage a protest outside a military barrack where Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva is staying and working Sunday, March 28, 2010 in Bangkok.)

More than a dozen explosions have hit government targets since the protests began, including attacks on two television stations and the customs department on Saturday that wounded at least eight, according to the Thai News Agency.

Abhisit has called in thousands of troops to guard Parliament, government buildings and other key locations. Protesters have denounced the show of military force as unfitting for a democracy.

The Red Shirts held a full-day rally Saturday that drew more than 60,000 supporters and took a more confrontational stance than previous gatherings.

The protesters forced soldiers to retreat from parts of Bangkok's historic district, where the rallies have been concentrated.

The Red Shirts declared it a symbolic victory, although authorities said the soldiers would regroup later at other locations.By Associated Press Writer Jocelyn Gecker
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