Military the big loser in Thai election

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  • 1.‘Coalition Ready’ After Thai Election  Open this result in new window
    Time Magazine – Dec 23 8:03 AM

    The political party allied with deposed Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said Monday it has recruited enough other parties to form a coalition government following its win in Sunday’s first post-coup election
  • 2.Military the big loser in Thai election  Open this result in new window
    Khaleej Times – Dec 24 3:53 AM

    BANGKOK – With the election results now tallied from Thailand’s Sunday polls, the only clear outcome is that the Thai military has emerged a loser.
  • 3.Thai Election Leave Politics Unsettled  Open this result in new window
    ABC News – Dec 23 1:26 PM

    Victory of Pro-Thaksin Party in Thai Election Bodes Further Instability
  • 4.Pro-Thaksin party wins most seats in Thai poll: election authority  Open this result in new window
    Channel NewsAsia – Dec 23 11:47 PM

    BANGKOK: The party aligned with ousted Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra won the most seats in elections here but fell just short of a majority, the Election Commission said on Monday after all ballots were counted.
  • 5.Thai election commission confirms voter turnout at 70%  Open this result in new window
    People’s Daily – Dec 24 12:11 AM

    Some 32.08 million Thai citizens, or 70.27 percent of the more than 45.65 million eligible voters nationwide, have cast votes in Thailand’s first post-coup general election, Suthipol Thaweechaikarn, Secretary-General of Thailand’s Election
  • 6.ANALYSIS: Military the big loser in Thai election  Open this result in new window
    EARTHtimes.org – Dec 24 2:36 AM

    Bangkok – With the election results now tallied from Thailand’s Sunday polls, the only clear outcome is that the Thai military has emerged a loser. Thailand’s military staged a coup d’etat on September 19, 2006, to remove former premier Thaksin Shina…
  • 7.Thaksin allies look to return to power after Thai election Thaksin allies look to return to power after Thai election  Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News – Dec 24 12:07 AM

    Allies of ousted Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra began hard bargaining Monday in a bid to form a coalition government after falling short of a majority in the first polls since last year’s coup.
  • 8.Thai PM: All sides should accept election results  Open this result in new window
    People’s Daily – Dec 23 4:42 PM

    All sides should accept the results of the general election, as it is the people’s choice, said Thailand’s Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont on Sunday. In an interview with the state-controlled TITV, the Thai PM, who was appointed to …
  • 9.Thai politics unsettled after election Thai politics unsettled after election  Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News – Dec 24 12:59 AM

    Thailand’s political parties pursued coalition talks Monday after allies of deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra won nearly half the seats — but not an outright majority — in the first parliamentary election since a military coup.
  • 10.Pro-Thaksin party claims Thai election  Open this result in new window
    Ararat Advertiser – Dec 23 4:28 PM

    The party backing ousted Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra easily won the most seats in Sunday’s election, a stunning rejection of the coup which booted out the telecoms billionaire in 2006.
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  • Bloomberg.com – Dec 24 4:21 AM

    Dec. 24 (Bloomberg) — Thailand’s People Power Party will court smaller parties as it seeks to form a coalition government a day after falling short of a majority in the nation’s first election since the army ousted Thaksin Shinawatra last year.
  • 12.Samak Seeks Coalition Partner After Thai Election Win (Update1)  Open this result in new window
    Bloomberg.com – Dec 24 2:21 AM

    Dec. 24 (Bloomberg) — Thailand’s People Power Party is in full courting mode as it seeks to form a coalition government a day after falling short of a majority in the nation’s first election since the army ousted Thaksin Shinawatra last year.
  • 13.Pro-Thaksin party seeks Thai coalition  Open this result in new window
    USA Today – Dec 24 5:11 AM

    The political party allied with deposed Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said Monday it has recruited enough other parties to form a coalition government following its win in the country’s first post-coup election Sunday.
  • 14.Ousted former premier wins Thai election  Open this result in new window
    Deutsche Welle – Dec 23 7:24 AM

    The political party backing ousted Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has handily won the most seats in Sunday’s parliamentary election.
  • 15.Thai general election  Open this result in new window
    China Daily – Dec 23 4:28 AM

    Thai election commission officials count ballots at a polling station in a remote Thai village bordering Myanmar in Mae Aye district, 900 km (660 miles) north of Bangkok, December 23, 2007. Thais voted on Sunday in a general election meant to restore democracy after last year’s military coup but which is unlikely to heal Thailand’s deep political divisions. [Agencies]
  • 16.Official Results Of Thai Election Tomorrow  Open this result in new window
    Malaysian National News Agency (BERNAMA) – 2 hours, 28 minutes ago

    BANGKOK, Dec 24 (Bernama) — The official results of Sunday’s general election in Thailand will be announced tomorrow as unofficial outcome shows the People’s Power Party (PPP), a proxy of ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, is still leading the race with 232 seats.
  • 17.Allies of Ousted Thai PM Vow to Form Government  Open this result in new window
    NPR – Dec 24 4:55 AM

    A political party affiliated with deposed Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra says it has the support needed to form a coalition government after delivering a resounding election defeat to allies of a last year’s military coup.
  • 18.MyFox Birmingham | Man City Owner’s Thai Election Legacy  Open this result in new window
    FOX 6 News Birmingham – Dec 22 6:05 PM

    Manchester City football club chairman and former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra is poised for a dramatic political comeback as an election gets underway in Thailand.
  • 19.Thai Election Far From Conclusive  Open this result in new window
    Nasdaq – Dec 23 7:14 PM

    (RTTNews) – The People Power Party won a clear majority in Thailand’s general election on Sunday – but it wasn’t enough of a majority to give the party representing ousted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra sole control of the nation’s House of Representatives.
  • 20.Post-coup Thai election a victory for ousted leader  Open this result in new window
    Los Angeles Times – Dec 23 10:08 AM

    The party supporting deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra claims a win. Some fear the military will intervene. The party that campaigned as a surrogate for deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra claimed victory in Thailand’s first post-coup election Sunday but fell short of an outright majority in parliament, according to initial results.
    • 21.Pro-Thaksin party wins Thai election  Open this result in new window
      Times of Malta – Dec 24 1:20 AM

      People Power Party supporters rally at the party headquarters in Bangkok. Thais voted yesterday in a general election meant to restore democracy after last year’s military coup but which is unlikely to heal Thailand’s deep political divisions.
    • 22.Thai poll turnout 70.27 per cent: election commission  Open this result in new window
      Channel NewsAsia – Dec 23 10:47 PM

      BANGKOK: More than 70 per cent of Thailand’s voters turned out to cast ballots in the first elections since a coup 15 months ago, an Election Commission official said Monday.
    • 23.Thaksin Allies Win Most Seats in First Thai Election Since Coup  Open this result in new window
      Bloomberg.com – Dec 23 8:58 AM

      Dec. 23 (Bloomberg) — Allies of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra won the most seats in Thailand’s first election since the 2006 military coup after appealing to voters’ memories of the strong economy he oversaw.
    • 24.Thaksin ally wins Thai election  Open this result in new window
      BBC News – Dec 23 6:08 AM

      The party allied to ousted PM Thaksin wins Thailand’s election but falls short of a majority, initial results show.
    • 25.Thai Election Far From Conclusive  Open this result in new window
      Nasdaq – Dec 23 7:14 PM

      (RTTNews) – The People Power Party won a clear majority in Thailand’s general election on Sunday – but it wasn’t enough of a majority to give the party representing ousted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra sole control of the nation’s House of Representatives.
    • 26.Pro-Thaksin Party Wins Most Seats in Thai Election (Update5)  Open this result in new window
      Bloomberg.com – Dec 23 6:12 AM

      Dec. 23 (Bloomberg) — Thailand’s People Power Party, which campaigned for the return of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, won the most seats in the nation’s first election since the 2006 military coup, according to exit polls.
    • 27.Pro-Thaksin party claims Thai election win  Open this result in new window
      Perth Now – Dec 23 10:41 AM

      ALLIES of deposed Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra have claimed victory in today’s elections, setting the stage for the billionaire’s political comeback more than a year after his ousting in a coup.
    • 28.Thai election leave politics unsettled Thai election leave politics unsettled  Open this result in new window
      AP via Yahoo! News – Dec 23 11:02 PM

      Loyalists of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra won nearly half the seats in Thailand’s parliamentary elections Sunday in a striking rebuke to the generals who forced the billionaire populist from power in 2006.
    • 29.Victory of pro-Thaksin party in Thai election bodes further instability  Open this result in new window
      AP via Yahoo! Malaysia News – Dec 23 11:54 AM

      Thailand’s first election since a 2006 military coup ended Sunday with a big victory for loyalists of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, a stunning rebuke to those who ousted him for alleged corruption.
    • 30.Thai polls point to pro-Thaksin party victoryThai polls point to pro-Thaksin party victory  Open this result in new window
      Reuters via Yahoo! News – Dec 23 4:06 AM

      The People Power Party backing former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra won the most seats in Sunday’s Thai election according to two exit polls, a likely cause of concern to the generals who ousted him in 2006.
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