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US embassy, Amnesty International oppose dissolution of Future Forward party

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31 minutes ago, BestB said:

I guess that’s the last reaction big heads wanted or expected. In addition to protest things may get ugly and get ugly fast 

FF said they want to break the cycle of prolonged protests.

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31 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

I think that's less likely. I'd have thought a spontaneous protest would have shown genuine feelings.

Sure, there might well be protests organised, but I feel the government will do their best to ignore it.

'Get ugly fast' - it's now been a couple of days already.

We'll see. I hope something does happen, but I'm not holding out much hope.

 

There have been plenty of foreign governments giving their opinion on dissolving the FFP.

Unless there are economic sanctions involved, no one in the Thai puppet government will give a sh!t.

Seems they not ignoring it, according to another OP, health ministry said it was a no no due to corona.

 

i do not see it’s just dying off, US has spoken , EU has spoken already ,if anything Gaining momentum.

 

sanctions are also a possibility but depends on response from the big heads and considering their lack Of intelligence , it’s fairly possible 

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16 minutes ago, sungod said:

FF said they want to break the cycle of prolonged protests.

From my understanding it’s not FF who is behind the protest but students union

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