Daily World Today, May 26-June 1, 2012

From Daily World Today, May 26-June 1, 2012
The cover reads: Monkey bluffing the boss?
[This is a Thai proverb meaning to tease or bluff an elder person while that person is being absent-minded. Here it shows the Red Shirt dissatisfaction with Thaksin’s statements to them.]
Topics on the right
– Thaksin left the Red Shirts people and denied negotiating with aristocrats?
– Is Jatuporn’s case a hallucination of the charter?
– 20 years of people’s politics and the rights of May
– 2 years since 19 May [the end of the Red Shirt protest], what do people want?
– New Court-Charter, fairness and equality

From Daily World Today, May 26-June 1, 2012
Thai people in serpent’s claws?
[This shows dissatisfaction with the Prime Minister’s meeting with Thaksin arch-enemy Prem.]

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