Yingluck, Red Shirts, and MPs Must Stick Together to Amend the Constitution

From Thairath, January 8, 2013
Cartoon title: Come together, leave together
On buildings, from left: Constitution amendment crisis; Referendum; Amend by section; Casting votes in the 3rd reading
On the back of man on the left: UDD [United front for Democracy against Dictatorship. From his hair we can see it is Jatuporn Promphan, one of the main leaders of the UDD.]
On the back of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra: Government
On the back of man on the right: Parliament [The man is Parliament spokesperson Somsak Kiatsuranon]
Mouse man Phi Nooring: Danger is in every soi.
Man mouse: Must amend the constitution.
[This is a call for all parts of the pro-Thaksin movement to stick together and choose a common path to amend the constitution. This call comes as, in recent weeks, the Red Shirts, Pheu Thai MPS, and even Thaksin publicly disagreed on how to agree on the amendment procedure.]

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