Government policy debate further postponed amid protest in Thailand

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29-Dec-2008 : 20.12

Government policy debate further postponed amid protest in Thailand
Xinhua, China – 47 minutes ago
BANGKOK, Dec. 29 (Xinhua) — A planned government policy address by Thailand’s newly-elected Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and a following parliament
Protests Delay New Thai Government’s Policy Statement
Voice of America – 53 minutes ago
By Ron Corben Thailand’s new prime minister, Abhisit Vejjajiva, has been forced to day a key policy statement after several thousand anti-government
Thousands of protesters surround Thai Parliament
International Herald Tribune, France – 1 hour ago
By Seth Mydans and Mark McDonald BANGKOK: Politics returned to the streets in Thailand on Monday as thousands of anti-government demonstrators surrounded
Parliament delayed by protest
Scotsman, United Kingdom – 1 hour ago
THOUSANDS of supporters of exiled former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra surrounded Thailand’s parliament today, daring MPs to pass through for a speech
Pro-Thaksin Demonstrations Delay New Premier’s First Policy Speech
Wall Street Journal – 1 hour ago
By JAMES HOOKWAY BANGKOK — Demonstrators allied with former Premier Thaksin Shinawatra blockaded Thailand’s parliament building Monday, delaying new Prime
Protesters stop Thai PM from addressing parliament
Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom – 1 hour ago
Thailand’s new prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva was forced to postpone his maiden policy speech on Monday after protesters surrounded parliament to protest
Thai protests force PM to delay speech
Radio Netherlands, Netherlands – 1 hour ago
Thousands of protesters blockading Thailand’s parliament in the capital Bangkok have forced new Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to delay his inaugural
In pictures: Protests thwart Thai PM
BBC News, UK – 2 hours ago
Thousands of anti-government protesters blockaded Thailand’s parliament, forcing new Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to delay his opening policy speech.
Thai PM delays maiden speech again due to protests
Forbes, NY – 4 hours ago
By Darren Schuettler BANGKOK, Dec 29 (Reuters) – Thousands of anti-government protesters blockaded Thailand’s parliament on Monday, forcing Prime Minister
Thailand’s Premier Abhisit Delays State Address Amid Protests
Bloomberg – 5 hours ago
By Rattaphol Onsanit and Anuchit Nguyen Dec. 29 (Bloomberg) — Thailand’s new government was forced to delay the prime minister’s maiden parliamentary
Pro-Thaksin protesters ring Thai Parliament
The Associated Press – 5 hours ago
BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) — Thousands of supporters of exiled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra ringed Thailand’s Parliament on Monday, vowing to remain
Thaksin supporters close parliament
The Press Association – 6 hours ago
Thousands of supporters of exiled former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra surrounded Thailand’s parliament on Monday. They dared MPs to pass through their
Protesters force new Thai PM to delay maiden speech
Times Online, UK – 7 hours ago
Thousands of anti-government protesters have surrounded Thailand’s parliament, forcing newly installed Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to postpone his
Protesters blockade Thai parliament
Aljazeera.net, Qatar – 8 hours ago
Anti-government protesters in Thailand have forced officials to delay a maiden policy speech due to be given to parliament by the country’s new prime
Protests cause Thai speech delay
BBC News, UK – 8 hours ago
Thailand’s new prime minister, Abhisit Vejjajiva has had to delay his opening speech to parliament due to anti-government protests.
Protests delay Thai PM’s maiden policy speech
Reuters – 9 hours ago
By Darren Schuettler BANGKOK, Dec 29 (Reuters) – Hundreds of anti-government protesters blocked entrances to Thailand’s parliament on Monday,
Protests delay Thai PM’s policy speech, official says
Reuters – 9 hours ago
BANGKOK, Dec 29 (Reuters) – The maiden policy speech by Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva had to be delayed on Monday because hundreds of

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