Weekly News Magazine, April 6, 2012

From Nation Weekend, April 6, 2012
The cover reads: Tawee Sodsong – Eating Malay Tom Yum – but nothing to do with negotiations.

[Police Colonel Tawee Sodsong is the Secretary-General to the Southern Border Provinces Administration Centre (SBPAC). He denied that he has involved in private negotiation with the head of the Patani United Liberation Organization (PULO)-Barasi Revolusi Nasional (BRN) even though there was a clear picture of him and the group at the meeting at the “Malay Tom Yum” restaurant.]

From Matichon Weekly, April 6, 2012
The cover reads: The master of wiseacre. The mask of Meaw.

[Maew is the nickname of Thaksin. Thaksin face masks will be given to red shirts to wear during the Songkarn Festival and meanwhile there also will be a troop of red shirt going to celebrate Songkarn with fugitive Thaksin in Siem Reap and Cambodia. That these two events will happen at the same time have made Thaksin’s opponents fear that Thaksin will wear a mask of himself and come back to Thailand with his supporters. Others say this is nonsense and exaggerated. Thus, Thaksin’s opponents have shown nothing apart from being wiseacres.]

From Siamrath Weekly, April 6, 2012
The cover read: The war of 3G – True Move H is a political victim.

[After TOT failed to buy Hutch Communications, True Corporation has come in and completed the deal with Hutch. Then True Corporation signed a contact with TOT in order to develop the efficiency of the mobile system. However, after the deal was completed, there was a question of corruption occurred. It was a member of Pheu Thai Party who raised the question against the former Ministry of ICT who was a member of the Democrat Party.]

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