Differing Views of Yingluck’s Thaksin Speech in Mongolia

Yingluck distances speech from Thaksin – Bangkok Post, April 30, 2013
…Democrat Party spokesman Chavanond Intarakomalyasut accused the prime minister of intentionally distorting facts. Those included the reasons behind the coup after Thaksin abused his power and interfered in independent agencies, and the death of soldiers and protesters in the May bloodshed three years ago…

From Thaksin lobbyist Robert Amsterdam’s blog: Thai PM Yingluck aims to strengthen Thai democracy
…Already the former and unelected Thai Prime Minister, Abhisit Vejjajiva, has condemned PM Yingluck’s call for greater democracy in Thailand…

Earlier: English-language version of Yingluck speech extolling Red Shirts who “fought back for their freedom”

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