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Erstellt von phimax, 16.05.2010, 15:24 Uhr · 375 Antworten · 39.013 Aufrufe

  1. #61
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    Die Zeit des Verschiebens ist um - ab jetzt wird kommentarlos entfernt

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    Indonesien bittet um ein ASEAN Gipfeltreffen. Entsprechende Bitte erging an den derzeitigen Vorsitz-Inhaber Vietnam.

    President Yudhoyono recalled that the 1997/1998 monetary crisis had begun with a crisis of the Thai baht which later spread to other Asian countries and that Indonesia was among the countries hardest hit by the meltdown.

    "The crisis now is different but something constructive has to be done," he said.

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    Govt: Talks only after rally ends

    * Published: 18/05/2010 at 05:27 PM

    The government will hold talks with the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship only after it ends its protest rally, PM's Office Minister Sathit Wongnongtoey announced in a televised statement at the Centre for the Resolution of Emergency Situation (CRES) on Tuesday.

    He was responding to the UDD's acceptance of Senate Speaker Prasopsuk Boondej's offer to mediate talks with the government.

    The acceptance of Mr Prasopsuk's as mediator was announced by UDD co-leader Nathawut Saikua on Tuesday.

    Mr Sathit said the government had all along adhered to the line of solving political conflict through negotiation. However, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva's reconciliation plan had been rejected by the UDD, apparently on directions from abroad by a "manipulator".

    He said the government attached importance to the senate speaker's offer to mediate talks and the prime minister had called Mr Prasopsuk to thank him and explain the government's standpoint - that the government will negotiate only after the UDD has ended its rally.

    Mr Prasopsuk had acknowledged this standpoint, Mr Sathit said.

    The government and CRES wanted to return peace to society and minimise losses, but the situation had become more serious, with considerable impacts, and the only way of solving the problem was to end the rally so that terrorists would not be able to use the protests as a pretext to act against the authorities.

    Acting government spokesman Panitan Wattanayagorn said the government would continue with its operation to force an end to the rally.

    Mr Prasopsuk said he would send three senate representatives to discuss this matter with UDD leaders this evening.

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    Amnesty International fordert das Militär in Thailand auf, die Benutzung von scharfer Munition sofort einzustellen.

    Thailand: Military must halt reckless use of lethal force

    Thai soldiers must immediately stop firing live ammunition into several large areas in Bangkok where anti-government protesters are gathered, Amnesty International said today.

    At least 35 unarmed protesters have been killed. The dead include two medics who were wearing white medical uniforms with visible red crosses, shot on 15 and 16 May; and a 17 year-old boy, shot on 15 May. Maj. Gen. Khattiya Sawatdiphon (known as "Seh Daeng"), a military advisor for the protesters, was struck by a sniper´s bullet on 14 May and died on 17 May. In addition another soldier has been killed.
    "The government cannot allow soldiers to essentially shoot at anyone within an area it wishes to control", said Zawacki.
    "This is unacceptable under international law and standards, which provide that firearms may be used only as a last resort, when a suspected offender offers armed resistance or otherwise jeopardizes the lives of others, and less extreme measures are not sufficient to restrain or apprehend the suspected offender. Outside of clear situations of self-defence, riot control should be performed by trained police using non-lethal equipment, not by soldiers using live ammunition," said Zawacki.

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    Female reporter attacked by angry protesters

    A Thai female reporter for France 24 TV was nearly lynched while she was interviewing a woman inside the Pathumwanaram Temple at noon Tuesday.

    Nice Pojanametbalsatit had to run away from the angry protesters and rescued by guards before she was taken to the are area behind the Rajprasong rally stage.

    She was interviewing a middle-aged woman who came to live inside the temple with two children.

    During the interview, some protesters shouted that the reporter and her TV crew were setting up the interview to discredit the protesters.

    The angry protesters alleged that Nice had the woman speak that she wanted to go home but the red-shirt guards prohibited her from leaving.

    Nice said some protesters also hit her in the head.

    The protesters shouted that anyone was free to leave so the woman was telling a lie.

    Before completely enveloped by the protesters, Nice ran away and some guards came to her rescue.

    She was then led to meet and talk to Aree Krainara, the chief red-shirt guard, behind the stage.

    She told Aree that she was simply making a documentary on the living of protesters inside the temple but some protesters thought she and her crew were setting up the scene to give the protesters a bad name.

    "Then, they incited other protesters to attack me and hurl abusive words at me and hit my head," Nice said.

    She recounted that she had been attacked by protesters at Phan Fa twice because of similar misunderstanding.

    During the talk with the chief guard, a guard, who took Pojanamet from the temple, alleged that the reporter tried to take pictures inside the temple although the abbot prohibited photo taking.

    But other Thai reporters said the guard was telling the lie because the abbot did not prohibit photo taking.

    Aree then asked the guard to leave the scene.

    Nice then asked Aree to ensure that guards would protect the unnamed woman who gave an interview to her because other protesters might attack the woman as well.

    The woman said she was telling the France 24 reporter that she would not go home but other protesters misunderstood her and thought she was saying that guards were preventing her from going home.

    The woman said other demonstrators shouted at her and said she could leave anytime.

    When the protesters were closing in on Nice and the woman, Nice ran away to draw the angry protesters to follower her so that woman and her children would not by lynched, the woman recounted.

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    Der König und die Königin werden für das Begräbnis von Seh Daeng Sorge tragen

    "Their Majesties sponsor Seh Daeng's funeral

    Their Majesties the King and Queen will graciously sponsor the funeral of Maj-General Khattiya "Seh Daeng" Sawasdipol who succumbed to brain injuries yesterday morning.

    The three-day prayer rites at Sommanas temple are also under Royal patronage. The prayers started yesterday and will continue until tomorrow. The bathing rite held yesterday was attended by a large number of red-shirt supporters as well as his lone daughter Khattiyah and sister Jiaranai Matchakijborribal. The general's wife died several years ago.

    Also present were fellow soldiers, including General Pallop Pinmanee, as well as military officers who were Khattiya's classmates in Armed Forces Academies Preparatory School's Class 11.

    The suspended Army specialist was pronounced dead at 9.20am in Vajira Hospital, where he was taken on May 14. He was initially admitted to Hua Chiew Hospital after taking a sniper shot to his head on May 13 while giving a press interview near Lumpini Park.

    Meanwhile, protesters at the Rajprasong rally site held a ceremony to grieve the general while the red-shirt leaders delivered speeches honouring the man.

    Vajira Hospital's director Dr Chaiwan Jaroenchokethawee said there were many complications leading to Khattiya's death apart from his brain injuries. The patient experienced kidney failure and worsening blood-clotting condition early yesterday morning, the doctor said. His heart stopped once and was recuperated after a 55-minute attempt, before it came to a complete halt at 9.20am.

    The body later underwent a three-hour autopsy, prompting the waiting red shirts to boo and jeer until Chaiwan explained that all mandatory autopsies took that long.

    Nang, 55, a red, said she felt secure everytime she saw Khattiya visiting the protest site. "He was a good person, down-to-earth, and our only hope to protect us. When he is gone we run out of protection. "Why do all red shirts end up like this?"

    Another woman, who asked not to be named, said she was sorrowed by his death, because Khattiya was giving his all to his country. She was once photographed with him and signed get-well message the first night he was admitted to the hospital.

    Profile :

    A Ratchaburi native, Khattiya "Seh Daeng" Sawasdipol was born on June 24, 1951, to Captain Sanit and Sa-ing. He was the eldest and only son among four siblings.

    After graduating high school from Sri Wikorn School, he enrolled in Class 11 of Armed Forces Academies Preparatory School and Class 22 of Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy. He also earned three bachelor's degrees, a master's in sociology and environment, and a doctorate in administrative management from a university overseas.

    He became a widower after his wife Group Captain Janthra died several years ago. They had one daughter Khattiyah.

    Khattiya first served in the political arena as a senior orderly to deputy defence minister and deputy prime minister under the Chatichai Choonhavan government.

    He was known for his outspokenness after falling out with former police chief Sant Sarutanont over a land ownership dispute in January 2003 when hundreds of men ransacked a bar near Sukhumvit Soi 10. He later accused Sant of illegally helping policemen, who commanded the men during the melee.

    He later went bankrupt after refusing to pay Bt20 million in reparation to Sant, who won a lawsuit he filed against Khattiya in August 2006.

    Khattiya later had conflicts with the next police chief, General Seripisut Temiyavej, over the police raid of a gambling den. The police chief later lodged several defamation lawsuits against Khattiya.

    He later publicly criticised Army commander General Anupong Paochinda for not taking action against the People's Alliance for Democracy for the seizure of both of Bangkok's airports. He went on to publicly curse Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwan over his inaction in many cases of disturbances.

    Khattiya founded a political party under his popular name Seh Daeng, but the Election Commission did not approve the name. He waited for two years before withdrawing his request and founding the Khattiya Tham Party."

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    Satit: govt won't mind if senators can talk reds to end protest

    PM's Office Minister Satit Wongnongtaey said the government would not mind if senators could help ask reds to agree to a ceasefire.

    But Satit said the only way to end the crisis peacefully is for protesters to disperse so terrorists could not exploit the demonstration.

    A group of senators offered mediated talk between the government and the red-shirt leaders. The red-shirt leaders said they welcomed the mediation by the senators.

    Reds to disperse after troops withdrawn

    * Published: 18/05/2010 at 06:24 PM

    Red-shirts will not disperse from the rally site until troops are withdrawn, United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) leader Jatu.... Prompan said on Tuesday evening.

    Soldiers have to pull back first because protesters are not ready to be killed by troops, he said.

    He spoke after PM's Office Minister Sathit Wongnongtoey announced in a televised statement that negotiations with the UDD will not happen until it ends its rally.

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    Feuer ist ausgebrochen in Siam City Bank in Din Daeng

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    Das Asian Legal Resource Centre (ALRC) wendet sich gegen die zunehmende Praxis in Thailand, wahllos 'Verdächtige' Verhören zu unterziehen ohne Einhaltung minimaler rechtsstaatlicher Standards.

    NGO: Stop arbitrary interrogation

    The Asian Legal Resource Centre (ALRC) submitted a four-page plea to the Human Rights Council on Tuesday urging the global body to condemn Thailand over the use of the emergency decree’s arbitrary power ordering people to “report” to government officials.

    The Hong Kong-based ALRC, a non-governmental organisation with general consultative status with the UN Economic and Social Council, called for the UNHRC currently in the 14th session to urge the Thai government stop using arbitrary interrogation and instead comply with the terms of ordinary domestic law, and match its obligations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

    Such arbitrary orders for interrogation of civilians in army camps and other facilities, said the ALRC, have over many decades been associated with gross and widespread human rights violations in Thailand.

    The organisation cited other arbitrary cases such as the “war on drugs” in 2003 when many people who were called to police stations under similarly arbitrary orders were subsequently murdered and also emergency regulations in the deep South.

    On the current protest in Bangkok, the Emergency Decree on Government Administration in a State of Emergency (2005) invoked in April has given blanket powers to the state to take a wide range of actions including making arrests, censoring the press, restricting movement and using armed force, according to the ALRC.

    The Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation (CRES), an agency of nebulous identity that is being run out of an army base under the authority of the Internal Security Operations Command, used the Emergency Decree to arbitrarily order citizens identified as dissident or potentially dissident, to “report” themselves and submit to questioning by the authorities, the NGO said.

    Orders for individuals to “report” began subsequent to the government’s announcement of the existence of a plan to topple the monarchy. The alleged existence of the plan was made both within the context of the current standoff and that of increased accusations and prosecutions of alleged crimes of lese-majesty throughout 2008, 2009, and 2010, the ALRC said.

    The denial of the right of citizens to bring lawyers with them represented one such violation, and belied the government’s own claims to be operating according to law, the NGO said.

    They called for the Human Rights Council to strongly condemn the use of the emergency decree to arbitrarily order persons to “report” to the CRES.

    The UNHRC, they said, should also urge the Thai government to cease using this method, reveal the circumstances under which it drew up the diagram of alleged plotters to overthrow the monarchy, and the evidence upon which it was based, and cease imposing needless restrictions on the freedom of speech at this critical juncture in the country’s modern history, as without the free circulation of critical information, the risks that power would be used arbitrarily and in further violation of human rights were greatly exacerbated."

    Ein wichtiger aktueller Hintergrund sind nun schwarze Listen von über hundert bekannten Oppositionellen in Thailand, deren Konten gesperrt wurden oder werden sollen.

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    Tilak schreibt (grad per SMS empfangen):
    I can´t watch the news anymore. Red r burning a bank, destroy many ATM & 7/11 steal money and things. So sad & angry.

    Da ist nix dazu zu sagen.
    Am Freitag mittag sind sie aus dem Buero gefluechtet (per Moped). Das Auto hat sie dort lassen muessen. Nun ist die Sorge um Arbeitsplatz und Auto gross.

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