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02 June 2012 :: 09:06:05 am 64096

Thai PM Informs BBC Reporter The Political Situation Remains Stable

Thai Prime Minister Mrs. Yinglak Shinnawatra informed the foreign press that the political situation in the Kingdom remains stable, although there are some current minor disturbances which will soon be solved.
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BANGKOK – May 31, 2012 Myanmar 2 room, Shangri-la hotel Mr. Peter Horrock, BBC World News asked Ms. Yinglak Shinnawatra, the Thai Prime Minister at the recent World Economic Forum on East Asia about the current Thai politic situation. The Thai Prime Minister replied that Thailand is now stable now is stable although had some contradiction but it comes out in the way of parliament process and the government will be progress as much as possible and had intention to move Thailand forward for the usefulness of the people in general.

At the same time, the office of the National Police Bureau, Pol. Gen. Preawpun Damaphong, Director General, assessed the situation of the mob of “Phanthamit” or “yellow shirts” aka People Alliance for Democracy in front of the parliament not serious.

because the Thai people would solve the problem by talking to each it should be no problem. For for the two days the situation has been under control.

“Now we had brought the police to take care of security of the people, the police had only shield, the people should be cold minded because the police will not beat people surely” said the Director General and when the reporter asked that the head of mob “Phantamit” had the legal case of closing the airport, the police will consider to cancel the bail out or not if they made the speech to motivate people to attack, Pol. Gen. Preawpun said that the head of the mob should not motivate the people to attack, it should be nothing to worry, the speech is an ordinary way of democracy that had to give their opinion.

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