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Pattaya Daily News

01 May 2010 :: 16:05:12 pm 19492

Reds Suffer PR Disaster Whilst BBC Show Abhisit’s Colour

Anti-government Red Shirt protesters are continuing to suffer somewhat of a public relations nightmare as staff from the Chulalongkorn Hospital continued to evacuate patients on Friday.
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Bangkok, the 1st of May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: The decision to relocate patients from Chulalongkorn Hospital buildings in the area around the Red Shirts rally site comes a near 200 strong gathering of protesters stormed the Hospital on Thursday evening. The Red protesters were acting on unconfirmed reports that a military presence was being massed within the facility in readiness for a rumoured crackdown by the government.

Human Rights groups and public figures have come out to condemn the Red Shirts actions, stating that healthcare facilities, transportation, equipment and employees are considered ‘off-limits’ in any conflicts, a violation of which is considered a gross injustice against humanitarian efforts.

A press release made by Thailand’s National Human Rights Commission stated, “The rights of patients to get immediate and proper treatment have been grossly violated and medical personnel have been prevented from doing their professional jobs. Even during war times, hospitals, medical personnel, vehicles and equipment are protected by all sides to keep an extent of humanitarian standards.”

The event is tentatively being labelled as an irreparable public relations nightmare for the anti-government movement, who are attempting to present themselves as the peaceful, unarmed people’s movement in the fight for a democratic Thailand. Stipulating that Prime Minister Abhisit’s government is illegitimate and in breach of the constitution.

Meanwhile, Thailand’s Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva leadership has been called into question after an unconvincing interview on the BBC’s hard hitting current affairs programme, ‘Hard Talk.’ Abhisit, questioned on the legitimacy of his own rise to the forefront of Thailand’s government, fails to give conclusive and concise answers to simple questions and is visibly flustered when confronted with the issues facing his leadership. His views on Thailand’s future and the possible solutions to the current political crisis afflicting the nation are rather vague, according to various analysts.

Stopping short of labelling the entire Red Shirt campaign illegal, the Prime Minister indirectly addressed the anti-government protesters “a group that uses threats, violence, intimidation and weapons,” further suggesting that the Red Shirts grievances are ‘illegitimate’ and that the government is unwilling to ‘give-in’ to their demands.

Reporter : John Weston   Photo : Internet   Category : Politics News

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