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Thailand’s PM Prayut Chan-o-cha received a message after visiting the northern province of Chiang Mai yesterday. A group of protestors known as Kiat Lampang  ‘greeted’ Prayut outside the airport. The group had announced on its Facebook page… “Come and welcome and chase out Prayut! At the international airport, Chiang Mai, today will definitely follow and chase him all day.” Prayut later spoke at a ceremony, protected by tight security with over 2,000 police officers. But 20 or so protestors managed to get through and stage a demonstration at the conventrion centre where he spoke. Their messages included “After 8 years […]

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Oh.. I thought the message was going to be “OK, we will take it easy on you.”’ These civilians just won’t do as they are ordered. 

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Good to see Chiang Mai Thai's coming out to voice their opinion!  More power to you all.

This pseudo PM thinks so highly of himself, yet had to change the constitution so he could "become" PM.  He never ran for office and has done an abysmal job over the last 8 yrs.

Will be good to see him go ... let him rot in his military housing since they are afraid to kick him out.

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