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What most people seem to forget : Thailand has a ( pseudo ) democracy , but first of all , it is a Monarchy .

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

Democracy could survive if law professionals do their duties without prejudice and people jointly find a way out of conflict with proper reasons and patience,”

It is the only way it will survive.  The Thai people must be able to voice their opinion.  Many to this day are afraid to talk about politics.  Thank god for   Thammasat University.   The current judges should be ashamed of themselves pandering to the whims of the wealthy and powerful. 

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Don't worry these professors will come out in a few days saying they were wrong or get jailed or disappear.

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All of which is interesting, but completely nullified by one phone call.

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, nobodysfriend said:

What most people seem to forget : Thailand has a ( pseudo ) democracy , but first of all , it is a Monarchy .

I don't think it really qualifies to be called a democracy at this point.

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I think more Thai law legal experts need to come forth same as these 36. They are professors of law and how could all of them be wrong.

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7 hours ago, nobodysfriend said:

What most people seem to forget : Thailand has a ( pseudo ) democracy , but first of all , it is a Monarchy .

No, its a military (I use the term military very loosely) D "the fact I can't even say the word emphasis that fact". Thai history is very interesting especially the start date for coups being as old as BKk. 

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