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    Are you are a Thai Choey too?

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 05/11/2013

    » The current popular uproar manifested in street protests and the countless messages posted in the social media is not just about the blanket amnesty bill.


    Yingluck must apologise to the people

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 12/11/2013

    » The mood of quite a few protesters has clearly gone beyond the blanket amnesty issue. The shouts of "Yingluck get out" that resonated at every protest site – Samsen railway station, Silom, Asoke intersection and Ratchadamnoen – along with the ear-deafening whistle blowing are indicative of the mood.


    Election not the issue, it's when

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 17/12/2013

    » It should be made clear from the outset that most of the people who took to the streets in two mass protests against the government and the Thaksin regime, on Nov 24 and Dec 9, and those who regularly join the rallies at the Democracy Monument and nearby are not against an election as a matter of principle.


    Threat to shut down Aerothai a mile too far

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 14/01/2014

    » The People’s Democratic Reform Committee and its militant wing, the Network of Students and People for the Reform of Thailand, appear to be emboldened by their latest move, Operation Bangkok Shutdown, which has succeeded in seizing seven major traffic choke points without any resistance from the police.


    Real leader is needed

    News, Published on 10/02/2014

    » It is sometimes distressing to consider how close the country is to national healing, while remaining so divided. All thinking Thais agreed quite some time ago that political reform is necessary for sheer survival. Yet the major participants have been involved in political warfare about minute and ultimately unimportant details regarding this. As the rhetoric ratchets up to even more divisive heights, speakers everywhere seem more concerned with baiting and putting down their opposition than providing any of the leadership that is so sorely needed.


    Showdown? It's just window-dressing

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 18/02/2014

    » The stage was supposedly set for a major showdown on Tuesday. What was not clear was whether it would be a make-or-break confrontation, or just another show of force by the two opposing forces, the Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) and the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC).


    Chalerm in charge

    Voranai Vanijaka, Published on 20/02/2014

    » Chalerm Yubamrung represents many undesirable things about Thai society, but he does get things done. Whether the things he gets done are desirable or not is, however, a matter of perspective.


    Crime and punishment of Somyot

    Voranai Vanijaka, Published on 01/05/2014

    » I don’t much care for Somyot Prueksakasemsuk's politics, although his strong conviction to them is admirable. I respect his idealism, but his allegiance leaves much to be desired.


    One year on, still no sign of reconciliation

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 13/01/2015

    » A year ago, on Jan 13, the "Shutdown Bangkok" campaign was launched by the People’s Democratic Reform Committee, its aim to cripple the government of then-prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and to force it out of office.


    With Section 44, no need to reason why

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 04/09/2015

    » Have sympathy for Chaturon Chaisaeng. The former education minister and key member of the Pheu Thai party was caught totally off guard when his passport was cancelled and only learned of it when asked by reporters for comment.

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