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The leader of the National United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship, or Red Shirts, yesterday invited people to protest against Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on August 23, the day before he officially stands down as Thailand’s PM. The 68 year old prime minister is expected to resign on August 24 after two concurrent four year terms. In Section 158 of the Thai Constitution, a prime minister can only rule for eight years and then stand down. But Gen Prayut is expected to break with constitutional law and stay on for another four years. Yesterday, the Red Shirts’ leader, Jatuporn Prompan, […]

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Here we go! Back to mobs of goons of various colours. So Prayuth has totally failed to change the behaviour of the thugs who rule politics.

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34 minutes ago, Pompies said:

Here we go! Back to mobs of goons of various colours.

So Prayuth has totally failed to change the behaviour of the thugs who rule politics.

 

 

Not easy when 'he who must be obeyed' is pumping money in 

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Sad that Thai politics go from coups back and forth and after 20 years they remaim locked in the 70s 

time for the young to transform the country 

with educated thinking 

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