Tuesday, May 25, 2010

'Red' opposition to persist in Thai parliament

'Red' Opposition leaders in Thailand has reportedly sought to censure the Abhisit government for mishandling the protest in Bangkok . The 'Yellow' government of Abhisit is believed to be military -backed, and serves or functions to buffer royalist elites against the ' Red' masses. The ' Yellow Shirts ' also resorted to street demonstrations and public gatherings to confront as well as pressure the governments of Samak Sundaravej and also Somchai Wongsawat, who were close to Thaksin. Well-known incidents staged by the 'Yellow Shirts' include the massive gathering at the compound of the Government House in Bangkok and prolonged as well as disorderly occupation of civilian airports in 2008.

Political situation in Thailand remains in flux


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