No reform possible


From Manager, April 28, 2016
Left: “If this government… which has such a power… cannot accomplish reforms… Then, we can’t hope that a government that comes from an election will be able to accomplish it.
Left caption: Hoping
Right: Reform of the squat toilets nationwide.
Right caption: Completed…

[Refers to the junta’s promises to reform the country. With a referendum and then elections coming fast, there seems to have been little real reform from the junta that will last–certainly nothing that will prevent Thaksin populism from returning or that would reform the police force.
Instead, the junta could only tackle general and easy issues, such as the launch of a program to replace squat toilets (seen as old-fashioned) with sit-down toilets at all public facilities.
Who said the quote on the left?]

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