Thai-language newspapers – November 29-30, 2004

Matichon

November 29, 2004

* The Office of the Election Commission of Thailand says that if the PM wants to move election day earlier he must declare a house dissolution. The Chat Thai Party agrees that the election day should be on January 30, 2005.

* On November 28, actors from the film ”Zakai United” from R.S. Promotion organized a "run to the North for Southern people.” On the way, they will get donations to support the projects of "Ban Roranbatu” (sufficient economic village) in Naratiwat that assists southern families that are suffering in the three southern provinces provinces.

November 30, 2004

* On November 29, at the Chulabhorn Research Institute Convention, privy councilor, Dr. Kasem Wattanachai, made a speech on “Globalization and the effect on sustainable Development: the solution of Thailand." The one way is to boost the economy and create a self-sufficient economy is by following the King‘s advice. If people have lots of knowledge, but bad habits, the nation will not survive. People must act.

* On November 29, Mr. Prayat Injun, a 32-year-old resident of Pattaya, Chonburi found a one-inch knot in a foreign whisky brand bottle that he bought from the convenient store. He said the whisky company should have more quality on their production control.

Thairath

November 29, 2004

* Bloody news [the graphic/sensational photo on the front page] -
Early in the morning at 2:30am at Prapadaeng, Samutprakarn was a lesson in careless motorcycle driving. Mr. Yodmongkon Poosapa, a 20-year-old, was the only one of his motorcycle racing group who crashed in an electric pole very hard and died. His head broke and spurted blood to the other side of the road.

* CSD TOP 10 MOST WANTED - The Crime Suppression Division is using the way like the FBI's MOST WANTED to hunt for 10 thieves in the south on the website www.csd.go.th. This is for crime suppression and to prepare for the election next year.

November 30, 2004

* Bloody news [the graphic/sensational photo on the front page] - On November 29, at 2.00am the Bangkok Noi police station got information that a robber died. His body was skewered by the sharp iron on a security fence at Khwan Nipa Apartments. The police assumed that he was stealing, but became alarmed when the owner of the room returned. He jumped out of the room and fell down the building on to the fence.

* The Office of Election Commission of Thailand decides that February 13 is the suitable day for the general election. [Despite the further requests from the Prime Minister.]

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