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Day 11 – Thai Protest

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Thailand: What might happen next?
BBC News –

Thousands of protesters in Bangkok have besieged Government House, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej. They have been there for more than a week, and show no sign of leaving – but neither does Mr Samak.

Thai PM mulls ending state of emergency AFP –

Thai leader refuses to negotiate with protesters USA Today –

Thailand Flags End to Emergency Rule Amid Vote Plan (Update3) Bloomberg

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Thailand: political crisis continues, economy in danger, Italy –

What do the Thai demonstrations mean for Burma? Democratic Voice of Burma, Norway –

Every which way but loose United Press International, Asia, Hong Kong –


Thai PM buys time with referendum plan
By Darren Schuettler BANGKOK (Reuters) – Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej has bought some time with a referendum aimed at defusing street protests, but it will do nothing to resolve Thailand’s fundamental political conflict, analysts say.

Thai PM says considering lifting emergency rule Forbes, NY –

Senate speaker steps into Thai crisis CNN –

Thai Parliament asks Senate speaker to mediate The Associated Press –

Thai Senate approves first reading of referendum bill Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Referendum plan wins little support as Thai crisis drags AFP –

Thai protesters in for the long haul TVNZ, New Zealand –

Free media amplifies Thai protests Asia Times Online, Hong Kong –

Thai PM to review state of emergency Sydney Morning Herald, Australia –

Thai Parliament…
The Associated Press

Hanoi: Bishops join
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Critics slam Sam…
Radio Australia

Thai PM lifts em…

Port workers join Thai strike Cargonews Asia, Hong Kong –

Critics dismiss Thai referendum BBC News, UK –

Thailand could miss tourism targets amid ongoing unrest asap News, UK –

2 students shot, wounded at Thai protest rally The Associated Press –

INTERVIEW WITH KRAISAK CHOONHAVEN Special Broadcasting Service, Australia –

101 East: Bangkok Blues, Qatar –


Thai PM offers to hold referendum, Qatar – .

Protesters fired upon The Mercury (subscription), South Africa –

Shutdown easing: Some southern line trains resume service Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Thai protesters enjoy free food, massage (Pressemitteilung), Austria –

Thai PM referendum ridiculed TeleText, UK –

Thais to vote on dissolving parliament Irish Times, Ireland –

PM Samak reflects on possible refertendum, resignation Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

The Shortwave Report 9/5/08 Listen Globally! Bay Area Indymedia, CA –

Referendum won’t work: senior Thai politician Radio Australia, Australia –

State union strikes only sporadic Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Tourism sector seeks ways to limit damage Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Samak tries to defuse crisis The Asian Pacific Post, Canada –

Tej: I would quit if I faced political pressure Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

Referendum under attack Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

Thai PM lifts em…

Samak Calls for …
Wall Street Journal

Referendum wo…
Radio Australia

Samak mulls ref…
China Daily

Thailand agrees …
Today’s Zaman

‘I won’t quit’
Straits Times

Referendum ma…
South China Mo…

Thai prime minis…
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Thai Leader Pro…
New York Times

Worse than a coup

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Thai PM offers re…
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Malaysia Star

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Written by Lwin Aung Soe

September 5, 2008 at 5:02 am

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