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CNN Official report "Anti-government protesters in Thailand"

กระทู้: CNN Official report "Anti-government protesters in Thailand"
เริ่มกระทู้โดย: RedLove2010 ที่ 25 พ.ย. 13, 20:11 น
Bangkok (CNN) -- Anti-government protesters in Thailand have stormed the offices of the country's finance ministry, as mass demonstrations raise political tensions to the highest level since the deadly unrest of 2010.
Anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban, a former deputy prime minister under the previous Democrat-led government, led the group of protesters who entered the ministry compound, in the protesters' boldest act since demonstrations broke out three weeks ago.
Sunai Phasuk, a senior researcher with Human Rights Watch, told CNN the compound had been taken over by protesters, pockets of whom had become increasingly hostile to local and foreign media.
He said a German photographer had earlier been attacked during a protest at the headquarters of the Royal Thai Police Monday morning, where thousands of demonstrators had called for an audience with police bosses. "We demand to meet with Police Commissioner-General Adul Saengsingkaew," protest leader Puttipong Punnakun told CNN.
More than three weeks of anti-government protests led by the opposition Democrat Party rose to a crescendo Sunday as about 100,000 demonstrators turned out in Bangkok, and escalated Monday as leaders vowed to extend their rallies to government offices, TV networks and military installations.
Thaugsuban told demonstrators gathered Sunday of plans to march on media outlets and government buildings Monday, calling on civil servants to join the cause.
"We will separate into 13 groups to march to 13 locations to express our stance," he said. "Our protest will not stop until Thaksin's regime is wiped out."
Protest leaders are calling for an end to the government of Yingluck Shinawatra, sister of former premier Thaksin Shinawatra, the telecommunications tycoon who was ousted in a 2006 coup.
Critics of the Thai prime minister accuse her of being a puppet of her older brother Thaksin, a deeply polarizing figure who was removed from power by the military while in New York in 2006. He has since lived in exile, except for a brief return in 2008, and was convicted by Thai courts for corruption and sentenced in absentia to two years in jail later that year.
The current protests have reanimated the tensions along Thailand's political faultlines -- Thaksin Shinawatra's mostly rural support base on one side, the Bangkok-based elite and middle classes on the other -- that left the country wracked with turbulence for four years after the 2006 coup, culminating in a 2010 army crackdown on Thaksin supporters that left more than 90 dead.
An estimated 40,000 pro-government "red shirts" -- many from the rural areas -- gathered in a Bangkok stadium Sunday in a show of support for the embattled prime minister, who came to power in a 2011 election.
The current round of protests was triggered in response to a government-backed amnesty bill that could have extended a pardon to Thaksin Shinawatra and opened the door for his return to Thailand.
The Thai senate rejected the amnesty bill on November 11, but since then demonstrations have only grown, with Suthep calling for the current government to be replaced by a new administration.
Yingluck Shinawatra has responded to the escalating situation with a call for unity, reconciliation and respect for law. "The government has instructed police and all security officers to handle the situation gently, based on international practices, so the demonstration won't be used as a tool by people who want to make changes in a non-democratic way," she said in a statement on her official Facebook page.
More than a dozen countries have issued travel warnings for citizens to avoid areas near protests in Bangkok.


กระทู้: CNN Official report "Anti-government protesters in Thailand"
เริ่มกระทู้โดย: RedLove2010 ที่ 25 พ.ย. 13, 20:19 น
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Bangkok tense as 100,000 protesters rally against Yingluck Shinawatra's administration
Updated 9 hours 55 minutes ago

PHOTO: Police hope to avoid a repeat of 2010's deadly protests. (Reuters: Chaiwat Subprasom)
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About 100,000 anti-government protesters have gathered in Bangkok, as Thailand faces its most significant political street action since bloody protests in 2010.

The protests, led by the opposition Democrat Party, recall those in April and May, 2010, when ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra's red-shirted supporters paralysed Bangkok to try to remove a Democrat-led government.

As the protests gained momentum on Sunday, about 40,000 pro-government Red Shirts rallied nearby in a show of support for current prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, Thaksin's sister.


กระทู้: CNN Official report "Anti-government protesters in Thailand"
เริ่มกระทู้โดย: RedLove2010 ที่ 25 พ.ย. 13, 20:21 น
"Tomorrow [Tuesday] we will seize all ministries to show to the Thaksin system that they have no legitimacy to run the country," AFP news agency quoted Mr Suthep as saying.

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Thailand's troubles

Sept 2006: Army overthrows government of Thaksin Shinawatra, rewrites constitution
Dec 2007: Pro-Thaksin People Power Party wins most votes in election
Aug 2008: Mr Thaksin flees into exile before end of corruption trial
Dec 2008: Mass yellow-shirt protests paralyse Bangkok; Constitutional Court bans People Power Party; Abhisit Vejjajiva comes to power
Mar-May 2010: Thousands of pro-Thaksin red shirts occupy parts of Bangkok; eventually cleared by army; dozens killed
July 2011: Yingluck Shinawatra leads Pheu Thai party to general election win
Sunday's demonstration drew an estimated 100,000 people, who called on the government to step down.

"We have stood by silently while her [PM Yingluck Shinawatra's] brother calls the shots and she runs the country into the ground with loss-making policies," Reuters news agency quoted protester Suwang Ruangchai, 54, as saying.

About 40,000 government supporters held a separate rally in another part of the capital on Sunday.

กระทู้: CNN Official report "Anti-government protesters in Thailand"
เริ่มกระทู้โดย: Khon Thai ที่ 26 พ.ย. 13, 03:57 น
Democrat party should not proceed with the censure debate. It is useless.  She has now passed the censure debate with the majority votes in parliament without having to open her mouth. Thai people beg the shameless Yingluck Shinnawat to step down from the puppy Prime Minister position, a proxy, a nominee for her fugitive Taksin Shinnawat brother. She is only one of nominees like those whom he uses to hold the major shares of his business group of companies in Thailand and overseas, launder corrupted money, and wipe out criminal cases for him.

 She has already won the censure debate in the parliament without having to say any stupid, nonsense and  shameless excuses, which will damage the country more and more and worsen Thailand. It’s time for Yingluck to spend your money that your family's group of companies have corrupted, taken advantage from the poorer Thais and tax payers....

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