Category Archives: Monarchy and Democracy

Announcement of the People’s Party

All the people When this king succeeded his elder brother, people at first hoped that his government would bring peaceand security, but matters have not turned out as they hoped. The king maintains his power above the law as before. … Continue reading

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Erasing the Democracy Deficit in Thailand

Junya Yimprasert Action for People’s Democracy in Thailand 27 September 2010 During the crackdown on the Red Shirt protest in May this year 88 people were shot dead and nearly 2,000 crippled or wounded – a new record for military … Continue reading

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The ‘Voter’s Uprising’ that is changing perceptions in Thailand

Junya Yimprasert, Revised and up-dated 20.05.2010 FOREWORD – April 2009 This article was first distributed at a Consultation on ‘Gender, Development and Decent Work: Building a Common Agenda’, OECD Headquarters, Paris, 27 April 2009. Some errors in the initial draft … Continue reading

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Why I don’t Love the King.

Monday, June 14, 2010 Since the 2006 military coup in Thailand, the words ‘Love the King’ have been attacking my eyes from wrist bands, T-shirts, car stickers, posters, flags and banners, from radio, TV and internet, from bill-boards across almost … Continue reading

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