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aktuelle Situation in Thailand

Erstellt von phimax, 16.05.2010, 15:24 Uhr · 375 Antworten · 37.085 Aufrufe

  1. #271
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    http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/Thaila...y-t368445.html

    Curfew extended but hours cut

    By THE NATION
    Published on May 24, 2010

    CRES trying to ensure security without too much inconvenience

    The authorities yesterday extended the overnight curfew for Bangkok and 23 provinces till at least today, but relaxed the time restriction by three hours. The curfew was changed to 11pm until 4am.

    Col Sansern Kaewkamnerd, spokesman for the Centre for Resolution of the Emergency Situation, said the curfew was shortened to minimise the impact on people who had to travel. The curfew had run from 9pm-5am for three nights.

    CRES will decide on Monday whether to renew the curfew, he said.

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  3. #272
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    Bangkok (dpa) - Nach der Militäroffensive gegen Demonstranten in Thailand hat die Opposition im Parlament ein Misstrauensvotum gegen die Regierung von Abhisit Vejjajiva eingereicht. Sie präsentierte nach Rundfunkberichten auch Amtsenthebungsklagen gegen Ministerpräsident Abhisit, dessen Stellvertreter sowie den Innen- und den Transportminister. Innerhalb von einer Woche müssen sich die Präsidenten beider Parlamentskammern dazu äußern. Die Oppositionspartei steht dem 2006 gestürzten Regierungschef Thaksin Shinawatra nahe.

    http://de.news.yahoo.com/26/20100524...n-a8e69b3.html

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    Cabinet is tomorrow expected to extend curfew for another 7 days from May 25- May 31, from midnight to 4am: Go to: http://goo.gl/H2wd

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    Stimmt, Ausgangssperren soll es noch ein paar Tage zwischen 23.00h und 4.00h geben.

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    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTMR94w1buM[/youtube]
    fleissig!

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrzJ7apcGso[/youtube]

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    tukky_nt: Latest casualties toll in clashes since March 12-May 25: 88 dead, 1885 injured, according to Public Health Ministry.
    Dienstag, 25. Mai 2010 12:12:48

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    Zitat Zitat von Dieter1",p="862185
    Stimmt, Ausgangssperren soll es noch ein paar Tage zwischen 23.00h und 4.00h geben.
    Ausgangssperre wird zunaechst bis Freitag, 28. Mai verlaengert; Von Mitternacht bis 4 Uhr morgens.

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    Zitat Zitat von Khlui_2",p="862302
    Ausgangssperre wird zunaechst bis Freitag, 28. Mai verlaengert; Von Mitternacht bis 4 Uhr morgens.
    Stimmt nicht, sondern das ist korrekt:
    Zitat Zitat von Khlui_2",p="862169
    Cabinet is tomorrow expected to extend curfew for another 7 days from May 25- May 31, from midnight to 4am: Go to: http://goo.gl/H2wd
    Ausgangssperre bist Montag den 31.15.2010 von 23 - 4 Uhr in allen betroffenen Teilen Thailands.

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    Zitat Zitat von ug_jaydee",p="862324
    Zitat Zitat von Khlui_2",p="862302
    Ausgangssperre wird zunaechst bis Freitag, 28. Mai verlaengert; Von Mitternacht bis 4 Uhr morgens.
    Stimmt nicht, sondern das ist korrekt:
    Zitat Zitat von Khlui_2",p="862169
    Cabinet is tomorrow expected to extend curfew for another 7 days from May 25- May 31, from midnight to 4am: Go to: http://goo.gl/H2wd
    Ausgangssperre bist Montag den 31.15.2010 von 23 - 4 Uhr in allen betroffenen Teilen Thailands.
    Hallo, grueezi :-)
    Damit es keine unnoetigen Verwirrungen gibt.
    Sorry,deine Meldung ist von gestern abend.
    Hier nochmal die Meldung von heute mittag.

    Today, 2010-05-25 13:33:47


    Cabinet extends curfew 4 days, shortens hours

    The Cabinet Tuesday resolved to extend curfew in Bangkok and 23 other provinces [highlight=yellow:88051e42ef]from Tuesday to Friday[/highlight:88051e42ef].

    The curfew hours will be[highlight=yellow:88051e42ef] midnight to 4 am,[/highlight:88051e42ef] one hour shortened from earlier curfew periods.

    The Cabinet will assess the situation on Saturday and make a decision whether to extend the curfew again.

    und der link hierzu:http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/Thai-C...s-t368984.html

  11. #280
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    Puea Thai silence on the violence is deafening

    * Published: 24/05/2010 at 12:00 AM
    * Newspaper section: News

    A semblance of normalcy and measured safety has been restored in Bangkok today that will allow Bangkokians like myself to take a walk around the Ratchaprasong intersection to observe the remains of last Wednesday's wanton destruction of the capital by red shirt rioters and looters. I hope this will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience of such a traumatic event that should never happen again, but I am not sure my wish will come true.

    Thirty-seven years ago on Oct 13, the country witnessed the first student-led uprising against a military dictatorship followed by a bloody military crackdown. By the time the gunfire had died down and a ceasefire was in place, dozens of people were dead and several government buildings, including the metropolitan police head office and the government lottery office, had been set ablaze by protesters. Many of us then hoped this would be our last national tragedy.

    But three years afterward on Oct 6, another bloodletting took place in Bangkok. This time more than 50 students, branded suspected communists, were slaughtered by right-wing militants and police. The traumatic event was quickly followed by a massive witchhunt of communist elements, forcing thousands of students to flee to the jungles to join the ranks of the communists. Again, we hoped such tragedy would not be repeated.

    There was a lull for 16 years until the Black May uprising in 1992 which saw another crackdown on peaceful demonstrators by the military under the premiership of Gen Suchinda Kraprayoon.

    But none of these three national tragedies matched the May 19 mayhem in terms of damage to property, to the image of the country and, most importantly, to the collective sense of unity of the Thai people.

    A planned visit to the sites of destruction is not intended to stir up the hatred against those responsible for the crime. It is intended to keep us reminded of the dire consequences from the latest political conflict so that we can learn a lesson from this tragedy and to take steps to prevent it from recurring. A tour of the sites, particularly CentralWorld, Siam Theatre and Center One shopping mall, should be arranged for our politicians, especially those of the opposition Puea Thai Party.

    While the international community condemned the violence and the torching spree perpetrated by red shirt rioters, there has not been a word of condemnation from the Puea Thai Party against the crime committed by their red shirt people. Their complete silence can only be interpreted as an endorsement of the criminal act by the red shirts.

    The Puea Thai Party and the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship which led the red shirt protest at Ratchaprasong intersection are like a two-headed snake with one head focussing on parliamentary politics and the other on street politics. But the two heads have been working in coordination in pursuit of the same political goals, that is the overthrow of the Abhisit government and to stage a political comeback to pave the way for the return of their supreme boss, convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

    Key Puea Thai members such as Gen Chavalit Yongchaiyudh and banned politicians of the disbanded Thai Rak Thai and Palang Prachachon parties such as former prime minister Somchai Wongsawat and Chaturon Chaisaeng had, at least once, taken to the stage of red shirt protesters to give them moral support. And most Puea Thai MPs were seen wearing red neckties - the symbolic colour of the UDD.

    Although the close relationship between the Puea Thai Party and the UDD and the arson attacks and lootings of more than 30 buildings in Bangkok on Wednesday are two separate issues, the failure of the party to condemn the violence perpetrated by red shirt rioters makes me wonder how national reconciliation can proceed and whether the party should be included in the process. The regret offered by party spokesman Prompong Nopparith on Friday for the incidents and for the affected victims appears to be just a matter of formality.

    As an organisation, the UDD should be out of the process. It has lost all its legitimacy and credibility after it had spurned the ahimsa principle and for its complicity in last Wednesday's torching of Bangkok.

    But members of the UDD who truly believe in democracy and who may be misguided by their leaders should be allowed to participate in the process if they choose new leaders and form a new organisation.

    Reconciliation is mandatory and must be undertaken as the government's first priority to heal the wounds caused by the latest political conflicts and to narrow the political and social divide between the urban middle class and the rural grass roots people.

    But for the process to have any chance of success, all participants in the process must not condone violence of any form. Also, they must not hesitate to condemn the use of violence in pursuit of political gains.

    * Veera Prateepchaikul is a former editor, Bangkok Post.

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