Thailand’s military rule rejected by voters

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Post-coup Thai election a victory for ousted leader
Los Angeles Times, CA
The party supporting deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra claims a win. Some fear the military will intervene. By Paul Watson, Los Angeles Times Staff
Pro-Thaksin PPP Celebrates Victory in Thai Election
Voice of America
By VOA News Allies of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra have declared victory in Thailand’s first national election since last year’s military coup.
PROFILE: Samak Surndaravej, Thailand’s next “principled” premier?
Monsters and Critics.com, UK
Bangkok – Samak Surndaravej, who is likely to become Thailand’s next prime minister, is a politician with a colourful past and a history of changing
Election triumph could herald Thaksin’s return
Guardian Unlimited, UK
The successor party of deposed Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra claimed victory last night in the first election since the military coup 15 months ago
Thaksin allies win elections in snub to military
Financial Times, UK
By Amy Kazmin in Bangkok Allies of Thaksin Shinawatra, Thailand’s deposed prime minister, won a convincing victory in yesterday’s parliamentary elections in
Thai parties start coalition deal-making
Reuters India, India
By Ed Cropley BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s political parties got down to hard bargaining on Monday after voters roundly rejected last year’s military coup
Major problem for generals as voters reject coup leaders
Scotsman, United Kingdom
By Nopporn Wong-Anan in Bangkok THE party backing Thaksin Shinawatra, the ousted Thai prime minister, easily won the most seats in yesterday’s election – a
I’ll be Thailand’s PM: PPP leader
ABC Online, Australia
Samak Sundaravej, the leader of Thailand’s People Power Party (PPP), has told reporters he is sure to be his country’s next Prime Minister.
Thailand: Party Supporting Thaksin Leads Thai Elections
Global Voices Online, MA
by Preetam Rai Bloggers in Thailand and abroad are analyzing the results of Thai elections where the party supporting the former Prime Minister Thaksin
EU hails Thailand’s general election as “milestone”
People’s Daily Online, China
Thailand’s general election on Sunday was an important “milestone” in the Southeastern Asian nation, the European Union (EU) said.
Thaksin allies win small majority
The Age, Australia
Allegations of voting irregularities and a possible conspiracy by a powerful establishment figure have increased tension in Bangkok in the wake of the
I’ll be PM: Samak
Jakarta Post, Indonesia
BANGKOK (The Nation): PPP begins talks Monday in a bid to form a coalition government whereas the Democrats sweep Bangkok. Voters in North, South split and
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,
Today’s WSJ in Photos: Dec. 24, 2007
Wall Street Journal
AP THAI ELECTION: Supporters of People’s Power Party cheer election returns at the party’s headquarters on Sunday in Bangkok. Backers of Thaksin, Thailand’s
Voters deal Thai army a tricky hand
Financial Times, UK –
By in Bangkok Thai voters turned out at the polls in large numbers -yesterday to express strong support for a return to democracy and for Thaksin Shinawatra
Thailand’s military rule rejected by voters
Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom
By Thomas Bell in Bangkok Thai voters have delivered a damning verdict on the ruling military junta by voting for a party linked to Thaksin Shinawatra,
Race on to form Thai government
Aljazeera.net, Qatar – 1 hour ago
Thailand’s rival political parties have begun jostling to put together a coalition government after allies of the ousted prime minister emerged victors but
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