Yingluck Shinawatra & Pheu Thai Party

Yingluck Shinawatra (born 21 June 1967), or nickname Pu (crab ), is a Thai businesswoman and politician, member of the Pheu Thai Party, and the 28th and current Prime Minister of Thailand following the 2011 general election. The Pheu Thai Party (PTP) (For Thais Party) is the third incarnation of a Thai political party originally founded by former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. 4.3/5

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2016 calendars printed by Pheu Thai, the political party of Thaksin and Yingluck Shinawatra.
Yingluck Shinawatra, son visit Nakhon Phanom: A large number of Pheu Thai Party supporters turned up at Nakhon...
ONE-SIDED NEWS CONCERNING THE MILITARY COUP IN THAILAND BY THE WORLD'S MASS MEDIA. Thaksin Shinawatra, the convicted criminal, who fled the country before his sentencing in Thailand in his private jet, has been the real ruler of Thailand since his Pheu Thai Party won the election in 2011 through massive voter fraud. Immediately his sister Yingluck was installed as PM. Thaksin, as a convicted felon has been denied entry into the US, Canada and all EU countries. He had to sell his condo and his football team (soccer) in England. The Thai Government cancelled his Thai passport. He paid a vast sum of money to purchase a passport and become a citizen of Montenegro. Thaksin has run the Government of Thailand from his mansion in Dubai. For 6 months in 2009-2010 he was appointed Economic Advisor of the dictator of Cambodia, Hun Sen (fellow Chinese), a former Khmer Rouge officer. Cambodia has been an enemy of all previous Thai Governments. Members of the Pheu Thai Party Cabinet often meet with Thaksin in Phenom Ph ...
I agree with this view. Real demo­cratic voices need to be heard 'Bangkok Post' - 2014-05-12 Michael Con­nors teaches at the Univer­sity of Not­ting­ham, Malaysia cam­pus. He is the au­thor of “Democ­racy and Na­tional Iden­tity in Thai­land” (NIAS Press, 2007). Another one bites the dust, so the great Queen song goes. With the Constitutional Court’s dismissal of Yingluck Shinawatra as caretaker prime ministers on Wednesday, Thailand has witnessed three pro-Thaksin prime ministers dust-bitten in six years, courtesy of judicial interventions. The very moment she was dismissed, the Pheu Thai Party promoted to prime minister Niwatthamrong Bunsongphaisan — a close associate of Thaksin Shinawatra — almost as if to line him up for the firing squad. On cue, intellectuals behind the antigovernment movement, the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), announced that Mr Niwatthamrong could not be caretaker prime minister but only a deputy prime minister acting as a caretaker prime minist ...
This letter rendered in three languages: English, Thai, Dutch. Volkspartij voor Vrijheid en Democratie Laan Copes van Cattenburch 54 Utrecht, 30 January 2014 Dear Partyleader, Members of VVD and Friends of Thailand, We write this letter to explain why millions of people take to streets to demand reforms before the next election, as reported daily on the news. However, many western media sources have been misguided and show a lack of understanding of the Thai political crisis. The peaceful and non-violent protests began in October 2013, whose main goals are the eradication of the Thaksin authoritarian government and the legal and political reform, such as of the election and political party laws, before the free and fair election takes place. On 9th December, 2013 the government was dissolved and an election was scheduled on 2nd February, 2014. The reason for the people to demand reform before election is because if the election were to take place the corrupt Pheu Thai Party, led by Yingluck Shinawatra who ...
Sound of ticking time bombs is getting louder for Yingluck Thanong Khanthong BANGKOK: -- That Thailand will get an interim government is now inevitable. The tenure of Yingluck Shinawatra's caretaker administration will end unceremoniously on April 1. Constitutionally speaking, it cannot last beyond that deadline. Let me explain: The February 2 election will fail to create a new government. The Constitution requires that a new Parliament be convened not more than 30 days after the general election. But it is clear that the Election Commission will not be able to certify the outcome of the election, marred as it was by legal violations and missing results. The election saw a turnout of 46 per cent amid disruptions at the polls, a widespread boycott, invalid and "vote no" ballots. The ruling Pheu Thai Party is believed to have mustered about 8 million votes - a far cry from its peak of 15-16 million. Support for the Democrat Party traditionally ranges between 12 million and 14 million votes. As a result, the ...
Burmese smugglers get rich on Yingluck Shinawatra's £13 billion Thai rice subsidies A populist subsidy on rice by Thailand's ruling party is enabling smugglers from neighbouring Burma to make a quick buck at the expense of Thai taxpayers By David Eimer, Myawaddy For the rice smugglers of Myawaddy, business has never been better. A scrappy, dusty Burmese border town, Myawaddy has long been notorious as an illicit trading hub for drugs, guns and precious gems. Now, Myawaddy has become a centre for the trafficking of a more nutritious but scarcely less profitable product, as rice smugglers take advantage of the substantially higher grain prices on offer in neighbouring Thailand. In Myawaddy, 50 kilos of rice sells for £16. But in Thailand, the same amount is worth £30, a consequence of the ruling Pheu Thai Party’s controversial subsidies to the rice farmers who make up much of its support base. Known as the “rice-pledging scheme”, the populist policy has cost the government more than £13 billion, p ...
Yingluck Shinawatra, leader of Thailand's opposition Pheu Thai party and the sister of fugitive ex-premier Thaksin Shinawatra, talks about what she would do if her party wins the nation's July 3 election. Yingluck spoke with Bloomberg's Daniel Ten Kate in Bangkok yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)
The Nation February 5, 2014 1:00 am The Democrat Party yesterday lodged a complaint with the Constitutional Court against Pheu Thai Party, calling for dissolution of the ruling party for pushing the February 2 election to be held despite an Election Commission recommendation to delay the poll. Party spokesman Chavanond Intarakomalyasut said caretaker premier and Pheu Thai party-list MP Yingluck Shinawatra had ignored the election agency's key recommendation, an act regarded as a violation of an important charter article. It has requested dissolution of the Pheu Thai Party because executive authority was utilised, via government acts such as the declaring of a state of emergency, which afforded it control of political expression over others in the run-up to the poll. Article 68 of the Constitution stipulates one's right to protect the Constitution. It also prohibits any act that would seek change or to obtain authority through unconstitutional means. The article also permits dissolution of political partie ...
Anti-government protests are continuing in Thailand's capital, Bangkok, on 25 November. The opposition Democratic Party will hold protest marches to numerous television stations, military installations and the police and government headquarters on 25 November; this follows its peaceful mass protests along Ratchadamnoen Klang Avenue on 24 November. The Ratchadamnoen gathering coincided with a pro-government rally led by the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) or red shirts at the Rajamangala National Stadium. The current round of demonstrations was triggered by a recent government announcement that it was considering amnesty for deposed former prime minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, and persons implicated in acts of political violence in Thailand in 2010 during a crackdown on pro-government demonstrators, which left dozens of people dead. The protesters have also increasingly called for the overthrow of the current Pheu Thai Party (PTP) and Yingluck Shinawatra-led government; Yingluck is the ...
Thailand has proved to the world that corrupted government will not and cannot last. This puppet PM Yingluck Shinawatra has done everything according to what her brother "Fugitive Thaksin Shinawatra" told her and her government to do. They are too greedy and wrongly think that their majority seats in the parliament will stabilize their power and corruption. The rest of the world, including the United States, first only looked at the point how this government got there - by election, as everyone claims to be democracy. However, people forget how they got there - from buying their votes for their Pheu Thai Party to win a landslide victory, winning 265 seats in the 500 seat House of Representatives of Thailand in 2011. Democracy is good if there are checks & balances by the people of the nation. And here we are, the PEOPLE'S REVOLUTION. This puppet Yingluck government has passed the Amnesty Bill at 4AM on November 1, 2013 to waive all their wrong policies; e.g., corruption, murders the innocent people with P ...
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