From Matichon Weekly, March 30, 2012
The cover reads: Reconciliation approach by Poo’s bewildering style
[The article summary: Reconciliation is one of the main objective of PM Yingluck. Even though reconciliation is a crucial matter, PM Yingluck will not join the House meeting when reconciliation is being discussed. It is a similar situation when PM Yingluck failed to turn up at the House meeting on November 14, 2011. During that meeting, the House tried to pass a Royal Pardon.
So, the style of PM Yingluck is that she is trying not to get involved with matters related to her and her brother directly. She tends to throw everything at the House meeting and is not present to make a judgement.]
From Nation Weekend, March 30, 2012
The cover reads: Do you forget him yet, Colonel Romklao Ruvatum?
[The article summary: It becomes a headline again since the death of Colonel Romklao Ruvatum at the Red Shirt protest in 2010 because his wife, Ms. Nicha, raised the question on Woman’s Day. She asked the question of the investigation regarding her husband and other soldiers killed in the event. She also further questioned the compensation package as well as the reconciliation matter. With her vision and ambition to reveal the truth, she is seen as another heroine in Thai society.]
From Siamrath, March 30, 2012
The cover reads: Secret (benefit), delude, conceal
[The article summary: It was the story between Maj. Gen. Sanan and General Sonthi in regards to the 2006 coup. It was a big surprise because Maj. Gen. Sanan asked Gen. Sonthi to reveal the fact and the name of the person who was behind the 2006 Coup. Surely, General Sothi exposed nothing. Therefore, the press asked the question who were Maj. Gen. Sanan and General Sonthi acting on behalf of and who would be the beneficiary.]