sexta-feira, 23 de maio de 2014

Thailand: Army calls more than a hundred politicians involved in the current crisis

The army of Thailand Friday announced the convocation of 114 personalities of two political camps that favour the current crisis, which began seven months ago.

Twenty-eight people have died since the crisis began, mostly in shootings or explosions of grenades in the repression of demonstrations in Bangkok.

"The soldiers went out to the street and put order into the situation. Now we need to avoid bloodshed, "said a young resident of Bangkok.

The Thai Army Chief Prayuth Chan-ocha,, self-proclaimed interim Prime Minister himself, a day after the military had taken over power through a coup d ' état.

The military junta in power has warned that will block any social networking platforms whose content is considered incitement to violence or be critical of military leaders.

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