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Thaksin comes out to call on Prayut to step down ahead of 8-year term to avoid damaging judiciary


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Well constitution can be rewritten like it had been done multiple times by Junta. Funny Thaksin say that when he and his whole family of prime ministers has been upstaged by Junta several times.

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4 minutes ago, ikke1959 said:

let them prove that they have a view and help the country forward.

😂😂😂 That's funny!

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34 minutes ago, RandiRona said:

Funny Thaksin say that when he and his whole family of prime ministers has been upstaged by Junta several times.

How many Thaksin PMs have there been?

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18 minutes ago, Mr Meeseeks said:

If he is a criminal why is he not under arrest and still free to travel where he wishes outside of Thailand?

 

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Thaksin will be arrested upon arrival in the US for a $350 million US fraud case filed by a former investor in Thakin's cable company....he did visit under diplomatic immunity when he attended the UN in NYC...he can not win the case

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5 minutes ago, d4dang said:

Thaksin will be arrested upon arrival in the US for a $350 million US fraud case filed by a former investor in Thakin's cable company....he did visit under diplomatic immunity when he attended the UN in NYC...he can not win the case

No, No, his one of the good guys !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :cheesy:

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51 minutes ago, Orinoco said:

No, No, his one of the good guys !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :cheesy:

I thought that the were two good guys  counting Chalerm

55 minutes ago, Orinoco said:

No, No, his one of the good guys !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :cheesy:

 

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4 hours ago, spidermike007 said:

1. Is Thaksin still relevant? 

2. No worries about damaging the reputations of democracy, the PM office, or the judicial system here. It has already been utterly demolished by Cha Cha. 

They're planning the next staged coup [in one form or another] as we speak. 

Something to look forward to.

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1 hour ago, tomacht8 said:

51 scholars and professors from leading university law schools confirm that on August 24, Prayut's 8 years as country leader will be over.

 

Only Prayut and his friends "feel" that it is not so. Thailand's already badly sabotaged "democracy" is once again at a crossroad.

 

After the military coup (according to the old constitution, the death penalty was actually intended for the putschists) there is now once again a legal coup (after a new constitution was just written that provides permanent impunity for putschists,  equipped the Senate with 250 unelected senators, uses permanent martial law and prohibits freedom of political assembly).

 

Thailand the hijacked country.

Just because it is written in the constitution doesn't mean very much. 

 

 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitution_of_Thailand#:~:text=Siam (today known as Thailand,of absolute monarchy in 1932.&text=Charters have traditionally been temporary instruments%2C promulgated following military coups.

 

he Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand (Thai: รัฐธรรมนูญแห่งราชอาณาจักรไทย; RTGS: Ratthathammanun Haeng Ratcha-anachak Thai) provides the basis for the rule of law in Thailand. Since the abolition of the absolute monarchy in 1932, Thailand has had 20 charters or constitutions (as of 2015), an average of one roughly every four years.[1] Many changes followed military coups, reflecting the high degree of political instability in the country. After each successful coup, military regimes abrogated the existing constitution, generally without public consultation.

 

Constitutions can be amended, rewritten or simply torn up and a new one put in its place.

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I personally assume, that Prayut will be the sacrificed lamb in order to keep all the others nicely on top of the sludge. Prawit is the puppet master as we know and Anutin is in the wings for a higher office after Thammanat goofed up badly due to his attitude problems. 

Lets hope that I am right; possibly it needs proper riots and uprisings everywhere as this country is in free fall for the time being and all this on the expense of 98% of the population. 

Take Prayut's recent brunt on the issue of electricity price increase where he challenged the Thai electorate to study the reasons and then accept the rise like orderly Buddhists would do. What a sick mind ..... 

 

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