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Day 15 – Political Turmoil in Thailand: What’s Next on Samak’s Judgement Day?

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Thailand’s protesters soaked but undeterred
Reuters –
By Raju Gopalakrishnan BANGKOK (Reuters) – Soaked by a thunderstorm, thousands of Thai protesters danced in joy when a court ordered Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej to quit on Tuesday, but vowed to continue a siege of his compound since he plans to
Thai ruling party to renominate Samak as PM Wednesday Xinhua
Thai PM down but far from out after court verdict Washington Post

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Lompoc Record

Thai PM down but far from out after court verdict
Washington Post –
By Nopporn Wong-Anan BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s Constitutional Court ordered Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej to stand down on Tuesday, accusing him of breaking the law by hosting cooking shows on commercial television while in office.

Court orders Thai prime minister to resign International Herald Tribune

Thai Premier Forced Out Over Television Cooking Show (Update2) Bloomberg

Court orders Samak to go, party will renominate him Radio France Internationale, France –

Court orders Thai PM to resign over TV Sydney Morning Herald, Australia –

Thailand PM forced out for hosting his own cookery show Daily Mail, UK –

Thai PM Ousted over Cookery Shows TIME –

Thai Constitution Court stripes PM, entire cabinet from office Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Thai PM found guilty of violating constitution Thaindian.com, Thailand –

PPP will re-elect Samak AsiaOne, Singapore –

Ousted Thai PM’s party vows to bring him back PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung), Austria –

Thai protesters vow to continue rally Special Broadcasting Service, Australia –

Two challengers Frontline, India –

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Photo – AP

China, Malaysia, Philippines, S. Korea: Asia Local Bond Preview Bloomberg –

Curious backpackers head to protest camp The Age, Australia –

Political Turmoil in Thailand: What’s Next? Global Politician, NY –

Young people speaking their minds on politics Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Samak to ask Burma to let UN play a role in elections Bangkok Post, Thailand –

PM’s trip to UN in doubt Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Elements conspire against Samak Bangkok Post, Thailand –

PPP lawmakers promise loyalty to leader Samak Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Joint effort to end stand-off gets nowhere Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Thai PM in court over hosting TV cookery show Irish Times, Ireland –

If the protesters don’t get Samak Sundaravej, the TV curry might Times Online, UK –

Lessons from the Thai camp-in Malaysia Star, Malaysia –

Thai PM’s food show may cost him his job guardian.co.uk, UK –

Heat rising as Thailand’s PM hangs on Independent, UK –

Mediation Efforts in Thailand Hope to Break Political Impasse Voice of America –

Thai Protesters Seek Democracy `Blend’ With Unelected Lawmakers Bloomberg –

‘Bangkok’ got a little dangerous Los Angeles Times, CA –

Samak’s Judgement Day Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

Thai Tourist Authority Says It’s ‘Business As Usual’ for Meetings … Successful Meetings, NY –

Young people s…
Thai News Agen…

Defiant Samak a…
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Mediation Effort…
Voice of America

Cooking show la…
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Thai PM in the s…
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Written by Lwin Aung Soe

September 9, 2008 at 1:55 am

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