sábado, 24 de maio de 2014

Thailand: Yingluck Shinawatra owned by the military

The military seized power, decreed martial law, suspended part of the Constitution and banned more than a hundred former heads of departing from Thailand.

The military coup is being contested by many Thais who, despite the ban of demonstration, left the street in Bangkok, to protest with tape over his mouth and posters that read "no to State coup" and "no to martial law".

General Prayut Chan-O-Cha justifies military intervention to resolve the political crisis in which the country is submerged for seven months, highlighting the episodes of violence in which 28 people lost their lives since last fall.

But many analysts in this new blow a struggle for positioning in Government at the time of the succession of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, of 86 years.

A fight that comes from Afar in this constitutional monarchy, which has suffered 19 coups over the past 80 years.

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