Thailand: “large-scale violent protests may be seen as unavoidable in order to restore democracy”

Post-Coup Thailand: Anxiety over the Royal Succession – lse.ac.uk, March 4, 2015
…It is unlikely that these undertakings will stabilise Thai politics, and as voters become alienated in the political process à la Prayuth, large-scale violent protests may be seen as unavoidable in order to restore democracy.

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One Response to Thailand: “large-scale violent protests may be seen as unavoidable in order to restore democracy”

  1. Wiz says:

    Aha, another antics from EE Pavin who is a staunch anti coup and of course another Anti Monarchy activist as SHE has even insulted Princess Sirindhorn who has granted scholarship for HER in front of the Princess! She thought that she is going to follow the footpath of Robespierre (Maximilien François Marie Isidore de Robespierre) of French Revolution though.

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