Roundup of Pitak Siam Protest Headlines

Just from the headlines it shows how internationally there is sympathy for people marching on the streets no matter what they are calling for…

Trouble stirs in Thailand: Here’s why not to fret –, November 26, 2012
… Country analysts said the Thai government, led by Yingluck, was on a strong political ground following a decisive win in last year’s election and that was important in reassuring foreign investors about political stability in Thailand.
“What makes Yingluck safe is that when the country went to the polls last year, she won that election handsomely. She’s only the second prime minister in Thai history to win an absolute majority in parliament. The first to achieve that was her brother, Thaksin Shinawatra,” said Walker…

Police Intimidation Ends Anti-Government Protests in Bangkok –, November 26, 2012
[An unusually biased article title…]

Thai Protest Leader Quits as Tear Gas, Roadblocks Damp Turnout – Bloomberg, November 24, 2012

Thai anti-government protests set to gather strength in Bangkok – AP, November 24, 2012

Anti-Government Protests Turn Violent In Thailand, Protesters Clash With Police – ibTimes, November 24, 2012

Thailand anti-government protests quelled by riot police – Guardian, November 24, 2012

Thai police turn on protesters but army discounts coup – SMH, November 25, 2012

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