“I will work for the people, but will not work for any specific man”


(Photo: 2Bangkok.com)

The signs, left to right:
“I will work for the people, but will not work for any specific man” – Spirit of democracy – Vote no. 10 for both ballots 10
“I will work for the people, but will not work for any specific man” – Listens and accessible for the people – Vote no. 10 for both ballots 10
“I will work for the people, but will not work for any specific man” – [Is] welcome on the world stage – Vote no. 10 for both ballots 10
“I will work for the people, but will not work for any specific man – Devoted – Patient to step over crisis – Vote no. 10 for both ballots 10
[The Democrats’ slogan is a swipe at the the Pheu Thai Party and its Red Shirt supporters who have declared that they carry out the orders of Thaksin and will ensure he can return to Thailand.]

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2 Responses to “I will work for the people, but will not work for any specific man”

  1. David Brown says:

    so which man does Abhisit work for…. the King (or Queen?), Prem, Prayuth…..?
    or all of them?
    btw, they are probably all richer than Thaksin.

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