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Protesters shut down Bangkok’s international airport / Thai army chief asks PM to step down

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Thai Army Chief Urges Government to Step Down, Call Snap Elections
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By VOA News Thailand’s army commander has told the country’s elected government that it should step down and call a snap election to resolve a deepening political crisis.

Video: Thai Protesters Take to Streets, Block Airport AssociatedPress


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Thailand government rejects army call to dissolve parliament guardian.co.uk, UK –

Thailand’s tourism industry set to suffer CNN International –

Army Chief Calls for Thai Elections to End Protests (Update2) Bloomberg –

Thailand’s army chief calls for prime minister’s resignation Los Angeles Times, CA

British tourists stranded by Thailand protests Reuters UK, UK –

Thai army chief advises prime minister to quit International Herald Tribune, France –

Indonesia cancels all flights to Bangkok Xinhua, China –

Thai Protesters Refuse to Clear out of Bangkok Airport Spiegel Online, Germany –

Airport 3000 go free Melbourne Herald Sun, Australia –

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Written by Lwin Aung Soe

November 26, 2008 at 2:33 pm

Day 18 – Samak ends bid to return as Thai PM

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Samak Sundaravej abandons attempt to return as Thai PM, but crisis … Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom –

Bird grounded – and that’s final Sydney Morning Herald, Australia –

Samak ends bid to return as Thai PM after revolt AFP –

In pictures: Life among Thai protesters BBC News, UK –

Ousted Thai prime minister won’t lead party The Associated Press –

Thailand’s Samak bows out of PM bid Aljazeera.net, Qatar –

Samak withdraws bid to be Thai PM: official AFP –

Samak won’t return as Thai PM The Times, South Africa –

Democrats not being opportunistic by nominating Abhisit as new Thai PM Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Samak withdraws from Thai PM vote: aide Washington Post, United States –

Coalition parties ready for People Power-led govt Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

Samak accepts nomination by PPP Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

PPP snubs judiciary and declares war on opponents Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

More calls for national unity govt Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

No quorum in parliament, PM’s election postponed AsiaNews.it, Italy –

Thai party ‘drops Samak for PM’ BBC News, UK –

Samak ends bid to return as Thai PM ABS CBN News, Philippines –

Thailand‘s Samak isolated as friends desert him Olberlin, KS –

Thai parliament postpones vote to elect PM CNN –

Boycott delays vote on Thai PM Aljazeera.net, Qatar –

Thai Government in chaos over push to reinstate Samak The Australian, Australia –

Thai PM re-election vote delayed BBC News, UK –

LEAD: Thai Parliament vote for new prime minister postponed to Wed. Yahoo, Thailand –

Power of the People Fights Democracy in Thai Protests New York Times, United States –

Thai parliament postpones prime minister vote The Associated Press –

Thai shares seen down on prolonged political woes Forbes, NY –

Thai democracy Jakarta Post, Indonesia –

Thai parties make last-minute decision on not attending Parliament … People’s Daily Online, China –

Most foreign investors still keen to invest in Thailand Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Thai Rath columnist Mud Lek : Bangkok Post, Thailand –

PPP’s tainted heroes Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Samak tension mounts Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Anupong backs unity govt idea Bangkok Post, Thailand –

The tyranny of Thai nationalism United Press International, Asia, Hong Kong –

Good for the spirit Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Consumer confidence plummets Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Compromise needed to resolve Thailand’s political crisis The Canberra Times, Australia –

Thai Aug consumer mood fell to lowest in 2008 Daily Times, Pakistan –

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Written by Lwin Aung Soe

September 12, 2008 at 4:46 am