Thaksin allies win in Thailand

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Polls: Thaksin Allies Win In Thailand
Guardian Unlimited, UK
From AP By DENIS D. GRAY AP Writer BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) – Former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, deposed, exiled and allegedly corrupt, was poised for
Thaksin allies ‘lead’ in Thai poll
Aljazeera.net, Qatar
Voters in Thailand have cast their ballots in an election meant to restore democracy, more than a year after Thaksin Shinawatra was ousted as prime minister
Thaksin’s PPP appears to win Thailand election
Radio Netherlands, Netherlands
Bangkok (23 December) – The parliamentary elections in Thailand appear to be turning into a victory for the People Power Party, which has formed from a
Thai polls point to pro-Thaksin party victory
Reuters UK, UK –
By Nopporn Wong-Anan BANGKOK (Reuters) – The People Power Party (PPP), a vehicle for supporters of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra,
Pro-Thaksin Party Leads Thai Election, Exit Polls Say (Update1)
Bloomberg –
By Rattaphol Onsanit Dec. 23 (Bloomberg) — The People Power Party, which campaigned for the return of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra,
Thailand’s 1st post-coup election goes smoothly, high turnout expected
Xinhua, China –
by Shen Min BANGKOK, Dec. 23 (Xinhua) — Although political stability is not expected to appear in Thailand soon after Sunday’s general election,
Thailand voting for parliament
Baltimore Sun, United States
AP December 23, 2007 BANGKOK, Thailand – It could be the cash or it could be charisma, but one thing is clear: As Thailand votes for parliament Sunday,
Thailand votes in first polls since coup
AFP
BANGKOK (AFP) — Thais went to the polls Sunday in an election meant to restore democracy more than a year after the military ousted premier Thaksin
Pro-Thaksin party leading in 2 exit polls
International Herald Tribune, France
By Seth Mydans and Thomas Fuller BANGKOK: A political party that supports former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra appeared headed for a victory Sunday over
PPP leads polls with 46 pct of vote counted
Bangkok Post, Thailand
(BangkokPost.com) – People Power party (PPP) continued to take the lead in Sunday’s national elections based on 46% of vote counted, according to Election
Thai polls partial returns show pro-Thaksin party leading – UPDATE
Forbes, NY
BANGKOK (Thomson Financial) – The political party aligned with ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra took a strong lead in Thailand’s general elections
Thaksin allies predicted to win Thailand’s election
Euronews.net, France
Supporters of Thailand’s exiled former prime minister appear to have won the country’s general election. Exit polls predict that the newly formed PPP party,
Thailand’s military rule rejected by voters
Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom
By Thomas Bell in Bangkok Thai voters have delivered their damning verdict on the ruling military junta by voting for a party linked to Thaksin Shinawatra
PPP in a landslide?
Bangkok Post, Thailand
Early and unofficial results show the Palang Prachachon (People Power) party loyal to Thaksin Shinawatra has won an outright parliamentary majority in
In pictures: Thailand votes
BBC News, UK
Just over a year after Thailand’s bloodless military coup, its soldiers were out with the rest of the country voting in a general election due to “restore
Thaksin supporters heading for victory in Thai elections
Times Online, UK
Thaksin Shinawatra, the deposed, exiled and allegedly corrupt former Prime Minister of Thailand, is poised for a comeback-by-proxy as his allies won
Pro-Thaksin party poised for landslide in Thai poll
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
EXIT polls predicted a clear win for the deposed prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s proxy party the People Power Party in yesterday’s Thai elections,
Thaksin Allies Appear to Win in Thai
Washington Post, United States
From left; Phantongtae, Pintongtha and Paetongtharn Shinawatra, a son and daughters of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra cast their votes in Bangkok,
Thaksin Allies Appear to Win in Thai
ABC News
Samak Sundaravej, leader of People’s Power Party which backs deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, arrives at the party headquarters in Bangkok,

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