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BANGKOK 21 July 2019 15:47
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Pheu Thai turns to Thaksin’s son to woo Democrats and Bhumjaithai

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5 hours ago, yokat said:

Politics should not be a family business, did they forget that the population supported the military in throwing away this exact family ?

You should check your facts on this one, the military did a coup to take power no support from the population on that

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15 hours ago, bangkokfrog said:

It's hard to understand how this is the right guy to negotiate.

His dad and half-sister (oops!!) aunt can't come here to look after dad's parties, investments, wishes. So he's the best choice to talk on dad's behalf. His brother-in-law, being yet another ex-prime minster, would not look good.   

 

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13 hours ago, 30la said:

Forget the Shinawatra family, none of this family has so far been able to pay the consequences for what they did, with the money stolen from the people they have only been able to escape, cowardly behavior!

Hardly cowardly. They wouldn’t receive a fair trial so why stay? You’d be an idiot to stay.

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11 hours ago, Tajasia said:

Kids useless

No credibility so why put him forward, perhaps he's just the next piece of fodder to be thrown under the bus.

 

By the way where's big sister from Chiang Mai, still abroad? 

 

 

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21 minutes ago, bannork said:

They'd be idiots to stay because they know full well the extent of their financial crimes. Any sign of ex PM Somchai Wongsawat's wife, Jae Deng, Thaksin's sister? No sign of her in the election campaign and yet she had nearly all the northern Pheua Thai MPs in her stable.

Plus the ex minister and his sidekick doing her dirty work, both now in jail long term 42 and 36 yrs. 

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17 hours ago, bangkokfrog said:

It's hard to understand how this is the right guy to negotiate.

It's Thai politics...is there a "right guy"?

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15 hours ago, scorecard said:

No credibility so why put him forward, perhaps he's just the next piece of fodder to be thrown under the bus.

 

By the way where's big sister from Chiang Mai, still abroad? 

 

 

 

...which big sister would that be?

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3 minutes ago, DLock said:

 

...which big sister would that be?

Yaowapa

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On 5/22/2019 at 7:39 AM, 30la said:

Forget the Shinawatra family, none of this family has so far been able to pay the consequences for what they did, with the money stolen from the people they have only been able to escape, cowardly behavior!

The Shinawatra family will not be forgotten as they are still extremely popular with many ordinary Thai people. They are "Northerners" from Chiang Mai and are despised and hated by the Bangkok Establishment. In my book, they are certainly not cowards and Pheu Thai is still a dominant party across the north of Thailand.

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On 5/22/2019 at 9:04 PM, Bipolar said:

With billions, he still does not how to take care of acne on his face and the yellowness of his teeth.     Talk about bad parenting.His dad and mum should have taught him the basics. Pity whichever guy that has to sleep with that.

I bet your nitpicking are loved by your family and friends.

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On 5/22/2019 at 4:43 AM, bangkokfrog said:

It's hard to understand how this is the right guy to negotiate.

they should have contacted the guy known as "The Art of the Deal", unless there was Russia collision   (sarcasm joke)

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