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BANGKOK 18 July 2019 04:15
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House first meeting marred by protests and boos

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7 hours ago, rkidlad said:

Yea, they also murdered their own citizens for having opposing views. Sure, they're lovely. 

Remember the war on drugs, where 2500 people got killed without a trail?

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5 hours ago, FritsSikkink said:

Who killed 2500 people in "the war on drugs"

Who said that disliking the junta is to like Thaksin? 

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18 hours ago, FritsSikkink said:

No police force, what are you on about?

Thailand has a mafia of men-in-brown who studiously ignore their motto of 'To Serve and Protect' and the law in favour of self-interest/self-enrichment - check out Pattaya taximeters.  That's not a police force in my opinion.

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Rather than being "marred" by protests and boos, I would say that it showed a healthy opposition to the previous "rubber stamp" military junta government! Obviously the writer has never watched the UK House of Commons debates or PMs Questions. I think that there will be some lively debates ahead :-)


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7 hours ago, FritsSikkink said:

Who killed 2500 people in "the war on drugs"

Good question! Let's open an extensive investigation about it!

Err....

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2 hours ago, rkidlad said:

Who said that disliking the junta is to like Thaksin? 

Because there are no other arguments to defend the pathetic Junta. 

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20 hours ago, cmsally said:

Chiang Mai constituency 8 had a new by-election yesterday. From what I heard many were voting for Future Forward.

Future Forward won contituency 8. Pheua Thai was not allowed to field another candidate and original one was disqualified.

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And those are our leaders of the future?

 

SMMFH

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Future Forward won contituency 8. Pheua Thai was not allowed to field another candidate and original one was disqualified.
Good, the original winner got disqualified under dubious circumstances, good to see the seat went to ffp.

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19 minutes ago, sjaak327 said:

Good, the original winner got disqualified under dubious circumstances, good to see the seat went to ffp.

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Weren't the dubious circumstances , a clock and a couple of thousand baht given to the local temple ?!

Without PT representation the junta parties seem to have acquired a couple of party list seats .

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Just now, cmsally said:

Weren't the dubious circumstances , a clock and a couple of thousand baht given to the local temple ?!

Without PT representation the junta parties seem to have acquired a couple of party list seats .

Yes that was the reason. The party list seat counting is dishonest to the extreme. It boggles the mind how PTP gained zero party list seats (in the 114 constituencies it didn't win). Not mathematically possible. 

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This is how it is, will it change if at all?

 

The rest of the world, to a greater extent, is no longer in the dark ages where people are indoctrinated by certain over powering ideals. Move on, give the majority the chance for democracy.

 

 

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Here we go!! Tanks and armoured cars filled up ready for action?

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