Yala Election Posters 2005 – Posters Along the Road

See also: Yala election posters 2005: Posters from zone 1 and zone 2
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Please vote for Paisarn to be a MP of Yala district 2, no.9


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Left: Democrat Party - Build people - build the future - Mr. Prasert Pongsuwansiri - Yala zone 1 No. 4 - Choose both the person and the party
Right: Right Build Peace monthly (also from the Democrats)


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This is the only poster for New Aspiration in zone 2 Yala and it was not easy to find. This party was once the biggest party in the area before its ex-leader, Chaowalit Yongjaiyuth, moved to TRT.

The poster reads: New Aspiration Party - New dimension politics is a victory of the people - Vote Mr. SIttisak Marohabutra Delor Kroonawae to be MP of zone 2 Yala No. 10 - Will build the justice for brothers-sisters in Yala. - "Dare to speak, act actually" - Sunday of 6 February 2005, 8.00-15.00


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This is one style of Thai Rak Thai campaign poster. The candidate wears a Malayu dress and has his name in Malayu language.
Mr. Paisarn Yingsamarn - Zone 2 No. 9


Posters along the road

Below are some shots of the roads in Yala with plenty of posters everywhere.


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Posters on vehicles


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Car campaign: Mahachon candidates


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Chat Thai party No. 1 on a mini truck.


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Car campaign: Mahachon candidate--Mr. Anand Saengwanit - No.11


Yala intersection posters

The posters below are from the Yala Road intersection. They mostly belong to the Democrat Party and TRT. The most dominant one is the TRT sign with the photo of Thaksin making rubber gum (the second photo above).



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Above is PM Thaksin tapping a rubber tree.


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The second most prominent poster at the intersection. It is notable that it features former Democrat leader Chuan along with the candidate (middle) and Bunyat (the current leader). The slogan reads: It is time to ask for the peace back to the southern border.

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