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Foreigners in Thailand Closely Watching Thai "Shirts" Reaction to Arab Protesters

Pattaya Times Breaking News CNN, Google, Pattaya Times newspaper staff 10.02.2011

After the election, the winning Prime Minister may need Chonburi's Phalungchon Party coalition votes to form a new government which would bring added development funds to Pattaya and the region.

Foreigners in Thailand Closely Watching Thai "Shirts" Reaction to Arab Protesters

Foreigners in Thailand and ASEAN are closely following breaking news on the amazing and unprecedented events in the Middle East as the movement to overthrow governments may ripple through even more countries into Thailand causing a potential overthrow of the current government. "Like we hope happens in Egypt, we want an orderly transition into democracy in Thailand. Prime Minister Abhisit was not elected by the people to govern Thailand. He was appointed after the illegal overthrow of an elected Prime Minister in 2006, Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Thailand wants democracy and we are going to get it. The world supports the citizens in the streets of Cairo and they will support us in Bangkok with our political movement," said a major Red Shirt leader in Pattaya.

Bangkok Protests Expected This Week May Become Violent

Thailand News, Pattaya Times Newspaper US Embassy Bangkok 21.01.2011

Thai Troops off to Sudan

Wittaya Yensabai 28.12.2010

For the first time, both Yellow Shirts and Red Shirts will be protesting in Bangkok about the same time starting this Sunday, January 22. Following the military coup that ousted elected Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra in 2006, the Yellow Shirts took over the Thailand airports crippling tourism three years ago and now they plan a march near the Red Shirts protest site on Tuesday January 25. The Red Shirts fortified encampments last year in central Bangkok leading to horrific violence and the burning of many major shopping malls and stores and deaths. The Thailand government is resigning to allow new elections possibly next month so these pushes for power may be ongoing. However, if there is civil unrest, it is unlikely the current government led by productive Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva will resign.

Thai Troops off to Sudan

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva presided over the send-off ceremony for the Thai/Darfur Task Force 980, to join the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) Sudan.

Red Shirts Demands for Elections

Red Shirt leader and Pattaya business tycoon Chanyut Hengtrakul speaks out about the recent political revelations and the chance for a democratic election in Thailand.

US Embassy Cautions Travel in Bangkok

US Embassy Bangkok 19.02.2010
US Embassy Cautions Travel in Bangkok

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has stressed the government would count more on the agricultural and food processing sectors than the industrial sector for the country’s economic development.

King Asks Thais to Work for Common Interest

Siripun Sinbuathong 06.01.2010
New Regulations Will Affect Industry on Eastern Seaboard

Thailand’s Cabinet on has approved the revision of ministerial regulations on environmental and health impact assessments of industrial projects, deputy government spokesman Phumin Leetheeraprasert said. These regulations will adversely impact industrial development in the Eastern Seaboard, particularly Map Ta Phut projects.

King Asks Thais to Work for Common Interest

Thailand’s revered and beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej has asked his subjects to work with utmost efficiency and for the benefit of the public interest.


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