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Chalerm tritt als Vorstand der Phuea Thai zurueck!

Erstellt von Samuianer, 09.10.2009, 08:26 Uhr · 45 Antworten · 1.754 Aufrufe

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    Chalerm tritt als Vorstand der Phuea Thai zurueck!


    Chalerm Quits As Chairman of Pheu Thai MP's

    UPDATE : 9 October 2009

    Veteran politician Chalerm Yubamrung has resigned from his post as Chairman of the Pheu Thai Party's MP's.

    http://www.thailandoutlook.tv/tan/Vi...DataID=1019422


    ...musste der "Brandstifter" den Platz fuer Chavalit raeumen?

    ....oder spiegelt dieses Ereigniss nur die Zerstrittenheit um die Konstitution innnerhalb der partei wieder?

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    Re: Chalerm tritt als Vorstand der Phuea Thai zurueck!

    Manne, vor wem hast Du Angst?

    Laß doch die Parteien oder deren Vorsitzende kommen und gehen.

    Allein wenn ich denke was sich in den letzten 12 Monaten ereignete.

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    Re: Chalerm tritt als Vorstand der Phuea Thai zurueck!

    Zitat Zitat von Silom",p="782721
    [highlight=yellow:8f452eb9f3]Manne, vor wem hast Du Angst[/highlight:8f452eb9f3]?

    Laß doch die Parteien oder deren Vorsitzende kommen und gehen.

    Allein wenn ich denke was sich in den letzten 12 Monaten ereignete.



    Angst?


    Wieso ich?

    Chalerm ist doch zurueckgetreten!

    Ich habe nur den Zeitungsartikel, die meldung hier eingestellt!

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    Re: Chalerm tritt als Vorstand der Phuea Thai zurueck!

    hier ein Artikel einer Zeitschrift ausserhalb Thailands:
    The Star

    Chavalit soldiers on
    Thai Takes
    By PHILIP GOLINGAI

    Self-exiled Thaksin Shinawatra seems to be adding more spice to Thai politics in naming a veteran soldier/ politician as the face of the hitherto ‘headless’ Pheu Thai Party.

    THE military has the famous saying that “old soldiers never die, they just fade away”. But in Thailand, where generals can become the prime minister, it may be more accurate to say “old soldiers never die nor do they just fade away”.

    One recent example is General Chavalit Yongchaiyudh, a 77-year-old soldier/politician who was Thailand’s prime minister from 1996-1997.

    On Oct 2, Chavalit made a political comeback of sorts when he was named Pheu Thai Party’s puu yai (Thai for “senior elder”).
    Political comeback: Chavalit wearing a Pheu Thai jacket on the day he applied for party membership in Bangkok on October 2. — The Nation

    With Chavalit’s appointment as puu yai of Pheu Thai (the reincarnation of People Power Party, in turn the reincarnation of Thai Rak Thai), Thaksin Shinawatra hopes the opposition party — “headless” from its formation in December 2008, it had only been led by a stop-gap leader — will now be able to take on Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva’s shaky coalition government.

    A Wikipedia background check showed Chavalit to be a former army chief and politician who, since 1988, had been in and out of various Thai Cabinets (under different prime ministers during Thailand’s era of weak coalition governments).

    He was deputy prime minister/defence minister from 1988 to 1991, interior minister from 1992 to 1994, and deputy prime minister/defence minister from 1995 to 1996.

    As the leader of New Aspiration Party (which has since merged with Thai Rak Thai in 2001) he became prime minister on Nov 25, 1996. He resigned on Nov 6, 1997, in the face of pressure due to the Asian financial crisis.

    His most recent foray into the Cabinet was on Sept 24, 2008, during the administration of Somchai Wongsawat, the prime minister in the People Power Party-led coalition government.

    However, Chavalit resigned as deputy prime minister on Oct 7 last year to accept responsibility for the bloody government crackdown on the anti-Thaksin Yellow Shirt protesters who besieged parliament.

    “I have decided to resume my political activities because I can no longer allow the unprecedented social divisions to persist,” he said on Oct 2 after submitting his Pheu Thai party membership application.

    What do the political pundits think of Chavalit’s return?

    “Because it lacks baramee (bangkokpundit.blogspot.com translates the Thai word as ‘charisma’ and also ‘a person with clout, influence and respect’), Pheu Thai has brought in Chavalit as party adviser,” Thitinan Pongsudhirak, director of Chulalongkorn University’s Institute of Security and International Studies, wrote in the Bangkok Post yesterday.

    “Chavalit was prime minister during the economic maelstrom in 1996-97 and was seen as an inept, serial fumbler. His only credit perhaps was a willingness to resign from the army to enter the political arena in the late 1980s, thereby playing by the rules.”

    Thitinan eplained that Pheu Thai did not have much of a talent pool to dip into after its “main talents” were banned from politics following the dissolution of its two predecessors — People Power Party and Thai Rak Thai.

    “Pheu Thai’s appointment of Chavalit is intended to increase baramee for the party and in behind-the-scenes manoeuvres,” he added.

    According to Suthichai Yoon, The Nation’s group editor-in-chief, “Big Jiew’s (Chavalit’s nickname) record isn’t so convincing.”

    “But Thaksin is apparently running out of candidates to help him lead his Pheu Thai Party,” he wrote on Thursday.

    “Even the Democrats seem to have adopted a wait-and-see attitude instead of giving their usual cynical take against the old soldier who refuses to fade away.”

    “The hype about Chavalit coming out of retirement is much overrated,” wrote Avudh Panananda, The Nation’s military expert, on Tuesday.

    “The presence or absence of Chavalit is irrelevant. What matters is how fugitive ex-premier Thaksin intends to work his political magic by propping up Chavalit.

    “Judging by the numbers of political pilgrimages made from Bangkok to Dubai, Thaksin is the undisputed playmaker of the Pheu Thai Party. Even Chavalit made the trip to meet the man in Dubai before teaming up with the main opposition party last week.”

    Thepthai Senpong, Abhisit’s spokesman and a Democrat MP, only had harsh words for the Grand Old Soldier.

    “Chavalit is like an old and decrepit car, fit to serve only the Pheu Thai Party, even after being overhauled,” Thepthai was reported as saying.

    It will be seen whether the self-exiled Thaksin’s political fortunes will change now that his party has a baramee.

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    Re: Chalerm tritt als Vorstand der Phuea Thai zurueck!

    Das letzte Aufgebot


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    Re: Chalerm tritt als Vorstand der Phuea Thai zurueck!

    Die Bevoelkerung denkt da viel pragmatischer. In der neuesten Umfrage von Suan Dusit Poll at Rajabhat Suan Dusit University antworteten die Befragten, ob er der Phue Thai Partei helfen koennte, die naechste Wahl zu gewinnen mit:

    34.69 per cent said he could as he is a veteran politician and has real intention to resolve the country’s problems
    24.50 per cent waren sich unsicher
    und nur
    40.1 per cent of the respondents said no as he is too old and there are several factions in the opposition camp
    Ganz wenige hatten keine Meinung.

    http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/loca...on-t-help-much

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    Zitat Zitat von waanjai_2",p="783220
    34.69 per cent said he could as he is a veteran politician and has real intention to resolve the country’s problems
    24.50 per cent waren sich unsicher
    und nur
    40.1 per cent of the respondents said no as he is too old and there are several factions in the opposition camp
    Ganz wenige hatten keine Meinung.
    immerhin die Mehrheit dagegen und eigentlich nur 34% richtig dafür, falls er nicht vorher das zeitliche segnet.

    Scheint so, das die Jüngeren die Schnautze voll haben von Thaksin. Chalerm war ja auch nicht einer Meinung mit seinem Gebieter - vermutlich musste er deshalb seinen Stuhl räumen.

    Aber egal - gottseidank ist Chalerm schon mal weg - ein Aufatmen ging durch unseren Tambon :-)

    Es kann also nur noch schlechter werden, für die PT

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    Zitat Zitat von woody",p="783215
    Das letzte Aufgebot

    [picture]

    Jede Menge Laubsaegarbeiten der Primaner, sieht ja doll aus der Junge!

    Kenne hier eine Lehrerin, wen die ihre Ausgehuniform (weiss) anlegt, sieht sie auch aus als waere sie mindestens ein Frigattenkapitaen!

    Naja, ist halt die Verpackung, aeh'... 'ne Mogelpackung, das was drin da steckt... da kommt hier so ein Witzbold mit "pragmatisch" daher..

    Bei einem der alten Haudegen wie Chavalit... ;-D

    Ist schon eine starke Leistung, hege starke Zweifel ob so manch einer ueberhaupt noch weiss wovon er da schwaetzt.

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    Zitat Zitat von Bukeo",p="783322
    Zitat Zitat von waanjai_2",p="783220
    34.69 per cent said he could as he is a veteran politician and has real intention to resolve the country’s problems
    24.50 per cent waren sich unsicher und nur
    40.1 per cent of the respondents said no as he is too old and there are several factions in the opposition camp
    Ganz wenige hatten keine Meinung.
    Wenn man auch die Waehler der DP beruecksichtigt, die machen dann derzeitig also gerade mal so 40% aus. Alle anderen wuerden ihn waehlen oder ihm evtl. eine Chance geben. Ist doch eine Ermunterung fuer den Haudegen. Wenn er dann auch noch als entscheidungsfreudig und volksnah gilt, dann hat er gute Karten.

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    hier mal ein Überblick über die Person Chalerm und seinem Sohn:

    Murder Trial of Thailand's Corrupt Chalerm Yoobamrung Son Continues

    by Phakamat Rattanakorn

    30-4-2003

    Two prosecution witnesses, fearing possibly fatal repercussions if they told the truth, now said they were uncertain about what happened at the night-club where Duangchalerm Yoobamung, the son of an extremely corrupt and yet influential Thai politician, who killed a Crime Suppression Division detective in 2001. It was learned that murder suspect Duangchalerm did not have a licence to possess a firearm and his father MP Chalerm Yoobamrung did not report his pistol--the murder weapon--as missing, a prosecution witness told the court.

    Samlee Ang-ngarm and Samart Kerdnork, parking attendants at the Twenty Club on Rachadapisek road, told the Criminal Court on April 21, 2003 that they saw 10 people fighting in front of the club and heard later that the fight was between Wanchalerm Yoobamrung, Mr Duangchalerm's elder brother, and CSD police officers. Mr Wanchalerm and Pol Maj Saravut Sakulmeerit, who accompanied the Yoobamrung brothers to the pub, frustrated efforts by CSD police to arrest Mr Duangchalerm, who shot dead Pol Sgt-Maj Suvichai Rodwimut, a CSD detective, earlier on the night of October 29, 2001. The witnesses now said their previous accounts that a gun had been used to stop the police were based on hearsay.

    The prosecution on the same day postponed questioning another witness, Pol Maj Charoen Parnklai from the Scientific Crime Detection Division.

    After the hearing, Mr Duangchalerm, son of Muan Chon party leader Chalerm Yoobamrung, complained to the court he had been detained for nearly a year as the prosecution kept postponing its witness hearings. The court set the next hearing of prosecution witnesses for April 24. Three prosecution witnesses had yet to testify.

    Sommai Kusap, Mr Duangchalerm's lawyer, confirmed a request for his client's release on bail would be brought before the court again today. National police chief Sant Sarutanont said Mr Duangchalerm's bail request could not be compared with the recent release on bail of Somchai Khunpluem, alias Kamnan Poh, dubbed the godfather of the eastern region. Mr Duangchalerm was accused of murder while Mr Somchai was accused of masterminding an attempted murder. Also Mr Duangchalerm had run from the law and gone into hiding for a long time, unlike Mr Somchai who turned himself in promptly, Pol Gen Sant said.

    Supatra Rodwimut, wife of the murdered police officer, said that she opposed bail for Duangchalerm on grounds that he would try to tamper with evidence if released, as had happened before. National police chief General Sant Sarutanond said that Duangchalerm should not be granted bail as he had fled the country for almost a year before surrendering to police.

    The court and police denied Duangchalerm bail on grounds that prosecution witnesses could be at risk as the Yoobamrung family is known to have permanently silenced witnesses in other cases against them--as is common practice in Thailand when influential people are tried for heinous crimes. However, Chalerm said that his son should get temporary release as all the key witnesses had given their testimony to the court.

    Judges reject bail, or talk of appeal

    The corrupt politician, Chalerm Yoobamrung, failed in his bid to bail out his youngest son, Duangchalerm. The Muan Chon party leader placed title deeds for 10 rai (1 rai = 1,600 m2) of land worth about 10 million baht (US$1 = 42.55 baht) as bail surety. In the bail request, he said his son would not be able to intimidate or influence any of the prosecution witnesses since most of them had already testified. Also, his son should be freed on bail so as to be able to continue studying for a master's degree in law, said Pol Capt Chalerm.

    The bail request was, however, rejected by the Criminal Court after Chief Justice Kritsnee Yaepithuck discussed it with her three deputies for about 40 minutes. Court secretary Krirkkiart Buddhasathit said the court's decision was based on its consideration of the severity of the case, the degree of the defendant's involvement in the crime he was charged with, and the possibility the defendant might try to escape or intimidate witnesses. The court saw no reason to reverse its earlier decision not to grant bail to Mr Duangchalerm, the secretary said.

    Upon learning of the court's rejection, Pol Capt Chalerm was visibly upset but said he had to accept the court's judgement. However, he would look into the possibility of making a fresh appeal for his son's release on bail. The slain detective's widow, Supatra Rodwimut, said she was pleased with the court's decision to reject Mr Duangchalerm's bail request.

    The court during the morning of April 24 heard the testimony of another prosecution witness--a police officer from the Scientific Crime Detection Division.

    Duangchalerm had no gun licence

    Duangchalerm did not have a licence to possess a firearm and his father MP Chalerm did not report his pistol--murder weapon--as missing, a prosecution witness told the court on April 29. Pol Captain Prajak Pinij of the Firearms Registration Division said Duangchalerm was not authorised to own and carry firearms when he shot dead decorated police officer Suwichai Rodwimut. Chalerm and other family members had licences to own and carry several firearms, including a 6.35-millimetre calibre pistol that investigators said was the murder weapon, Prajak said. During a search of his home, Chalerm claimed he had lost the pistol some years previously, but he said he had never filed an official report.

    The Criminal Court has scheduled the next hearing in the Duangchalerm trial for May 19.

    In a related development, the Appeals Court has scheduled to complete its review of a lower court's rejection of Duangchalerm's bail application by May 2.

    http://www.geocities.com/suan_nok/kh...lerm-0304.html

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