Weekly News Magazines, July 20, 2012

From Matichon Weekly, July 20, 2012
The cover reads: Public Referendum, hands to support Poo? [“Poo” is PM Yingluck’s nickname]
[This refers to the court verdict on the petition against the revision of article 291 and the court’s opinion that the amendment of the constitution 2007 should be taken into consideration only after a public referendum.]

From Nation Weekly, July 20, 2012
The cover reads: National Police Chief, Nakae Police Cadet School
[Article summary: The Newly appointed National Police Chief Police General Adul Saengsingkhaew is known for his work in the Northeastern region which was once considered the red zone for communism in the past.]

From Siamrath Weekly, July 20, 2012
The cover reads: I don’t know?
[Article summary: The Yingluck government almost completes its first year term. Polls reveal that the PM receives support from the public to stay further as the government leader. The government under her administration has survived many conflicts and especially shows its deference to the court’s verdict in relation to the constitution amendment. PM Yingluck’s calm reaction to the chaotic surroundings is a sign that her government will stay longer. “I don’t know?” makes fun of the Prime Minister’s seeming disconnection from the real business of government.]

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