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Absolute Ruhe in Phuket

Erstellt von waanjai_2, 10.07.2009, 00:53 Uhr · 45 Antworten · 3.219 Aufrufe

  1. #41
    Bukeo
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    Re: Absolute Ruhe in Phuket

    um wieder zum Thread-Thema zurück zu kommen:

    Mal eine kleine Umfrage, was die Thais so über den Gipfel in Phuket denken.

    Abac Poll: Asean meeting welcomed

    People believe the Asean foreign ministers meeting in Phuket will benefit the country and are happy the red-shirts are not disrupting the regional forum, according to an Abac Poll released on Tuesday.

    The opinion survey on July 17 to 20 covered 2,417 households.

    Abac reported that 89 per cent of respondents knew about the Asean meeting.

    Just over 70 per cent considered the meeting would be beneficial for the country, a substantial increase from 46.8 per cent in February’s survey. Nearly 70 per cent of them praised the decision not to obstruct the international meeting by the red-shirted supporters of the pro-Thaksin United front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD).

    More than half, 53.6 per cent, believed that cooperation among members of Asean would quickly help shore up the country’s economy, but 46.4 per cent of them did not.

    Nearly 75 per cent said they knew that Surin Pitsuwan is the secretary-general of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), a significant increase from only 16.5 per cent reported in February.

    More than 90 per cent were proud that a Thai citizen had become secretary-general, and 64 per cent were confident Mr Surin would do a good job.

    Asked which issues should top the “regional agenda” for discussion at the Asean summit to be held late this year, respondents voted for trade cooperation. Disease control and public health came second, followed by drug traf....ing, cultural exchanges, the refugee problem, transnational crime, human traf....ing, alien workers, border disputes, human rights and Asean unity.

    Nearly 62 per cent wanted to see Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva join hands with US President Obama in rehabilitating Thailand and other Asean member countries during the next Asean summit.

    Noppadon Kannikar, director of Abac Poll Research Center, said the foreign ministerial meeting in Phuket is having a psychological impact on the emotions of Thai people relating to confidence, pride and hope for improvements in the economy, society and politics of the country.

    They also believed the decision not to disrupt the Asean ministerial meeting by the red-shirts would lead to the economy improving quicker than previously projected.

    All Thai people would benefit from the success of the Asean meetings, he said

    BangkokPost.com

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  3. #42
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    Re: Absolute Ruhe in Phuket

    Zitat Zitat von Bukeo",p="752335
    um wieder zum Thread-Thema zurück zu kommen:

    Mal eine kleine Umfrage, was die Thais so über den Gipfel in Phuket denken.

    Abac Poll: Asean meeting welcomed

    People believe the Asean foreign ministers meeting in Phuket will benefit the country and are happy the red-shirts are not disrupting the regional forum, according to an Abac Poll released on Tuesday.

    The opinion survey on July 17 to 20 covered 2,417 households.

    [highlight=yellow:1b149b7525]Abac reported that 89 per cent of respondents knew about the Asean meeting.[/highlight:1b149b7525]

    [highlight=yellow:1b149b7525]Just over 70 per cent considered the meeting would be beneficial for the country[/highlight:1b149b7525], a substantial increase from 46.8 per cent in February’s survey. Nearly 70 per cent of them praised the decision not to obstruct the international meeting by the red-shirted supporters of the pro-Thaksin United front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD).

    [highlight=yellow:1b149b7525]More than half, 53.6 per cent, believed that cooperation among members of Asean would quickly help shore up the country’s economy[/highlight:1b149b7525], but 46.4 per cent of them did not.

    [highlight=yellow:1b149b7525]Nearly 75 per cent said they knew that Surin Pitsuwan is the secretary-general of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), a significant increase from only 16.5 per cent reported in February.[/highlight:1b149b7525]

    [highlight=yellow:1b149b7525]More than 90 per cent were proud that a Thai citizen had become secretary-general, and 64 per cent were confident Mr Surin would do a good job.[/highlight:1b149b7525]

    Asked which issues should top the “regional agenda” for discussion at the Asean summit to be held late this year, respondents voted for trade cooperation. Disease control and public health came second, followed by drug traf....ing, cultural exchanges, the refugee problem, transnational crime, human traf....ing, alien workers, border disputes, human rights and Asean unity.

    Nearly 62 per cent wanted to see Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva join hands with US President Obama in rehabilitating Thailand and other Asean member countries during the next Asean summit.

    Noppadon Kannikar, director of Abac Poll Research Center, said t[highlight=yellow:1b149b7525]he foreign ministerial meeting in Phuket is having a psychological impact on the emotions of Thai people relating to confidence, pride and hope for improvements in the economy, society and politics of the country.

    They also believed the decision not to disrupt the Asean ministerial meeting by the red-shirts would lead to the economy improving quicker than previously projected.
    [/highlight:1b149b7525]
    All Thai people would benefit from the success of the Asean meetings, he said

    BangkokPost.com


    Positiv, sehr positiv!

    Auch die Stellungnahme gegenueber Myanamar's Militaerjunta - die Forderung das es zu Aenderungen kommen muesse halte ich fuer richtig - Druck, keine Sanktionen ist der richtige Weg!

  4. #43
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    Re: Absolute Ruhe in Phuket

    Verrate mir mal, wie das geht:
    Zitat:
    Druck, keine Sanktionen ist der richtige Weg!

    Jeder Druck beinhaltet irgendwelche Sanktionen, sonst ist das kein Druck den irgend jemanden interessiert.

    Gruß

  5. #44
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    Re: Absolute Ruhe in Phuket

    ab und zu wird die Ruhe in Phuket unterbrochen,
    wenn Geschäftsübergaben auf thailändische Art geklärt werden.
    Phuket gangs shoot it out in Patong

    An injured man is taken away by Phuket Police
    after a shootout in Patong.

    PATONG, PHUKET: -- Tourists ran for their lives when a gunfight erupted between two gangs on the Patong beachfront today. One man was killed and three injured in the Patong shootout.

    Bystanders said two gangs of Thai men began shooting at each other on the site of the burned out Jintana shopping center on the Patong beach road in the early afternoon.

    One witness said a gang of five Thai men started shooting at a gang of three men. The smaller gang returned fire.

    The gunfight moved along the beach road to near the Clublime nightclub.

    Police from a nearby checkpoint raced to the scene and organized ambulances to take the injured to hospitals.

    One man was taken to Patong Hospital, where he later died.

    The other three were taken to the Bangkok International Hospital in Wichit, where they are being treated in the intensive care unit.

    Police chased a number of the gunmen down backstreet sois and arrested at least two men.

    Police would only reveal the nick names of the men arrested as "Bank" and "Ood".

    The dead man is believed to be linked to the dispute over the ownership rights to the Jintana Plaza Shopping Center opposite Loma Park, which has been damaged by fire at least five times in the past two years.

    The center's heiress Komkai Kositkoon was murdered in July last year.

    Police believe this latest outbreak of violence is linked to a dispute over the Jintana Plaza land. Police confirmed that one of the men arrested had ties to the plaza.

    Kathu Police Superintendent Grissak Songmoonark said police recovered a number of bullets and spent cartridges from the scene.

    Police were aware of the ongoing dispute and he was confident of arresting all of the men involved in the shootout very quickly, he said.

    Tommy Somsanuk, marketing manager of the Clublime nightclub, said he heard a commotion just before the two gangs started shooting at each other.

    “People were running for cover everywhere,” he said.

    Mr Somsanuk said he saw police chase two men down a shopping soi.

    “They caught them both and took them away on the back of a police truck,” he said.


    -- Phuket Gazette 2009-07-21

  6. #45
    Bukeo
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    Re: Absolute Ruhe in Phuket

    Zitat Zitat von KKC",p="752545

    Jeder Druck beinhaltet irgendwelche Sanktionen, sonst ist das kein Druck den irgend jemanden interessiert.
    Sanktionen sind ja meist längerfristig.
    Druck könnte z.B. damit ausgeübt werden, das man Burma mit dem Ausschluss aus der ASEAN droht.

  7. #46
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    Re: Absolute Ruhe in Phuket

    Zitat Zitat von Bukeo",p="752637
    Zitat Zitat von KKC",p="752545

    Jeder Druck beinhaltet irgendwelche Sanktionen, sonst ist das kein Druck den irgend jemanden interessiert.
    Sanktionen sind ja meist längerfristig.
    Druck könnte z.B. damit ausgeübt werden, das man Burma mit dem Ausschluss aus der ASEAN droht.


    Dipomatischer Druck, auf Aenderungen draengen!

    Sanktionen treffen die Bevoelkerung und nicht die Machthaber, siehe ehem.Irak/Saddam und NordKorea/Kim Il Song!

    Myanmar hat zwei maechtige Nachbarn, denen es schwer fallen duerfte Saktionen aufrecht zu erhalten, wenn sie diesen ueberhaupt ein Augenmerk schenken!

    China und Indien aber auch Thailand haben wirtschaftliche Interessen (Yadana- Pipeline), wobei besonders Thailand an eine Oeffnung Myanmar's fuer den Tourismus gar nicht interessiert sein duerfte.


    folgender Auszug aus einem Artikel der BP sagt eigentlich Alles ueber die Situation...


    "Now the civil society, which has been eyeing the new body to do something, has to make complaints right away to the UN, not the regional entity," she said.

    She also said the rebranding of Asean as a united force was meaningless. [highlight=yellow:fd1b7f798d]"They said they are going for a rules-based body but still there is no common standard and the way they handle regional concerns such as the Burma issue has been depending on the host[/highlight:fd1b7f798d] - it's like this every year."

    [highlight=yellow:fd1b7f798d]Asean remains a long way from transforming from a consensus-based body into a problem-solving organisation, [/highlight:fd1b7f798d]Ms Stothard concluded.

    Brad Adams, Human Rights Watch's executive director for its Asia Division, also called on Thailand, as the Asean chair, and Burma's major political and economic partner with significant leverage and policy options, to help improve the respect for human rights and promote political reform in Burma.

    [highlight=yellow:fd1b7f798d]Although he admitted there should be no wishful thinking that conciliatory talks from Thailand or other countries will cause Burma's generals to soften their stance,[/highlight:fd1b7f798d]
    http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/o...n-human-rights


    Warum sollte ASEAN besser funktionieren als die UNO?

    Gute Vorsaetze machen Papier nicht zu Gold und aus verfolgten Minderheiten keine berechtigten Buerger eines Landes....!

    Papiertiger, ASEAN duerfte eher eine Handelsgemeinschaft wie die EU sein als eine "humanistische Einrichtung", das kommt wie ueberall woanders, ganz hinten dran, als Alibi!

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