• Cartes postales

    Je vous copie la nouvelle en anglais, elle est trop bonne. La derniere idee de Thaksin pour sauver sa peau : demander a tous les thailandais qui le soutiennent de lui envoyer une carte postale avant le 5 mars. Histoire de demontrer que les manifestants de la fin de la semaine ne sont qu'une poignee a cote de ses supporters des provinces. Quelque part, il n'a pas vraiment tort la-dessus...
    Par ailleurs, les partis d'opposition s'accrochent à leur boycott.
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    PM invites all Thais who want to support the government to send postcards expressing their opinion to Government House.


    Prime
    Minister Thaksin Shinawatra invites all Thais who want to support the
    government to send postcards expressing their opinions to PO.Box 88 at
    the Government House.

    At around 9PM, Prime Minister Thaksin
    showed a billboard stating the address of Government House. He invited
    the people to express their love for democracy and peace, so that
    violent clashes will not occur. He said that all postcards will be
    assembled in front of the Thai Khu Fah (ไทยคู่ฟ้า) building to
    demonstrate that most people want peace and democracy in the nation,
    adding that he wants the people to send their opinions as quickly as
    possible or before March 5. He said that he resorted to the use of
    postcards because he does not want the people to travel to Bangkok, as
    they can cause traffic problems, adding that the method is not aimed at
    surveying the Government's popularity. He said that the postcards will
    provide a channel for Government supporters to express their opinions.

    As
    for the rally planned for March 3rd, the Prime Minister said that he
    will speak out on all issues that have been accused by the opposition.
    He expressed his belief that the rally will not break election law. As
    for the opposition's boycott of the election, the Prime Minister said
    that he does not know what else he can do, as the government has done
    its best to solve the situation.

    Source: Thai National News Bureau Public Relations Department - 01 March 2006


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