Airport Seized – Thai-language Newspapers, November 27-28, 2008

ThaiRath, November 28, 2008 - No house dissolution - No resignation - Somchai to fight - Relying on the law - Take off to Chiang Mai - No comment on Anupong’s pressure to dissolve parliament - PAD not to dissolve - PPP: discharge Anupong - Challenge by red shirt team- If army  tank, red shirt to gather

Komchadluek, November 27, 2008 - Red shirt man stages brutal murder imitating October 6 - Father of Chiang Mai member PAD shot - Anupong’s serious solution: Dissolve Parliament and PAD  to stop - Somchai disgruntled to fight - PPP urges to discharge Army Commander-in-Chief and Police Chief - Sondhi insists to fight unless PM resigns - 700 flights cancelled

Daily News, November 28, 2008 - MPs suggest to discharge Anupong - Somchai not to dissolve Parliament - Court order injunction for Airport - Urges Prem to help solve conflict - Mob seizes Suvarnabhumi Airport and causes loss of 12 billion – Worldwide flights to Thailand cancelled - Help delivered to tourists left at the airport

SiamRath, November 27, 2008 - Push forward on Anupong’s dismissal - PPP furious by pressure for house dissolution - Court order for PAD mob to leave Suvarnabhumi Airport immediately

SiamRath-Economy section, November 27, 2008 - Suvarnabhumi closure causing loss of opportunity

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