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Day 19 – Thai politics pulled back from brink.. for now

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Democrat: New PM could be nominated next week Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Thai ruling party considers new candidates for PM International Herald Tribune, France

Thai ruling party set to name PM nominee: candidate AFP –

Democrats not being opportunistic by nominating Abhisit as new Thai PM Mathaba.Net, UK –

Thai ruling party to name PM choice Monday: candidate AFP –

Democrat Party believes new Thai PM could be nominated next week Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Thai ruling coalition begins search for new PM Reuters –

Somchai, Sompong are candidates for PM Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Two Different Political Animals Sin Chew Jit Poh, Malaysia –

And the next Thai PM is? Straits Times, Singapore –

PAD to spread new political ideology prior to PM election date, Thailand –

Samak should not return Bangkok Post, Thailand –

‘State of Emergency’ order must go: Weerasak Phuket Gazette, Thailand –

PAD wants coalition parties to revise their roles, Thailand –

Police worsen traffic Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Samak steps aside after embarrassing no-vote Bangkok Post, Thailand –


News Analysis Power of the People Fights Democracy in Thai Protests
New York Times –
By SETH MYDANS BANGKOK – It looks a lot like a “people power” revolution, the kind of brave and joyous pro-democracy uprising that has toppled dictators from the Philippines to Serbia.

Still no solution Malaysia Star, Malaysia –

Business leaders exult as Samak signals exit Bangkok Post, Thailand –

A battle of wits, then the game called off Bangkok Post, Thailand –

‘Gang of four’ politicians get first taste of defeat Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Rules of democracy or laws of nature? Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Samak Steps Down As Thai Political Crisis Remains Tense Forbes, NY –

Retailers want voice on laws Bangkok Post, Thailand –

PPP waiting for Senate elections to restore 1973 Constitution … The News International, Pakistan –

Asian Currencies Post Weekly Decline as Investors Sell Equities Bloomberg –

First taste of fish stomach soup Vail Daily News, CO –

Deserted by allies, Samak bows out
South China Morning Post (subscription), Hong Kong –

The paradoxes of democracy, Philippines –

Samak to step down Straits Times, Singapore –

A look at candidates for Thailand’s next premier The Associated Press –

Why Samak’s removal solves little BBC News, UK –

Shared premiership would help cool tensions Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

PPP needs Senate majority to make Constitutional amendments: AGP The News International, Pakistan –

Politics pulled back from the brink… for now Nation Multimedia, Thailand –
all 2,717 news articles »

Samak Bows Out…

Samak to step down
Straits Times

Samak ends PM bid
Straits Times

Deserted by allie…
South China Mo…

News Analysis P…
New York Times

Thailand’s Sam…
The Associated Press

Ousted Thai pri…
The Associated Press

Thailand’s Sam…

Thai prime mini…
The Associated Press

Samak accepts n…
Nation Multimedia

Thai Parliament…
Voice of America

Thai ruling party…
The Associated Press

Coalition party l…
Thai News Agen…

Thailand faces p…
Times Online

Lack of quorum …
Thai News Agen…

Thai Governme…

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

September 13, 2008 at 1:32 am

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