From Thairath, December 23, 2012
Cartoon title: Starting since the first rally
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra: Please let’s hold a referendum.
On Yingluck’s suit: Pheu Thai Party
At Thaksin Shinawatra: Voice from Dubai
On the table: Constitution amendment
In hands of Interior Minister and Pheu Thai Party leader Jarupong Ruangsuwan: Stage for talks for reconciliation
On the back of Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Ubamrung: Pheu Thai Party
In his hands: Announcement from Baan Rim Klong [Baan Rim Klong refers to Chalerm’s residence.]
On Jatuporn Promphan’s back: UDD [United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship]
In his hands: Bonanza Declaration [The Red Shirt group gathered at Bonanza, Khao Yai on December 22, 2012. The theme of the gathering is to amend the 2007 constitution. During the gathering, Thaksin also called in from Dubai. The Red Shirts in their so-called “Bonanza Declaration” asked the government to ignore the rulings of the constitutional court and amend the constitution without having a referendum first.]
Jatuporn: Go ahead and cast votes for the third reading. [referring to the “Bonanza Declaration” of the Red Shirts to ignore the courts and proceed with the amendment process]
Phi Nooring: The fans are confused
Man mouse: Amend the constitution immediately.
- Bloody October 2008
- 21 Years Ago: Thousands of Thais Protest Bangkok’s Inaction in Crisis
- October 1976: A sea of blood
- 8 Years Ago: Bombmakers in Nonthaburi
- Political parties in a coma
- They messed up the country
- Should they still fight for Thaksin?
- A tale of two newspapers: New cabinet member a savvy or unethical move?
- Turn the ship around
- Jatuporn’s back
- Whatever he defecates… it is sacred