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Tag Archives: Thailand Judgment Day
Calm and quiet. The curfew was necessary, the total silence and darkness was shocking. There is a two year jail sentence for breaking the curfew- I didn’t see anyone risking it. No cars, no pedestrians, very few lights and silence. … Continue reading
A long day of waiting, with calm. The verdict began being read at 13:00 and ended just after 20:00- former PM Thaksin lost Thb46.36 billion of the Thb76.6 billion that had been frozen, ruling that Thb46.36 billion was gained illegally … Continue reading
Unlike the past protests in Hua Hin and at the airports, the government appears well prepared and in control. The police and military are in place and the government has worked with the media to avoid hype. The UDD party … Continue reading
Question I have been asked: Is it safe to travel to Bangkok now and immediately after the February 26, 2010 Thaksin asset ruling? Yes. As of 24 February, 27 Countries have issued some kind of travel advisory (http://bangkokpost.com/business/tourism/33418/tat-prepared-for-crisis ). Safety … Continue reading
This week is all about Thai Politics- “Judgment Day” will be February 26, 2010. This is a major day and happening, tension is running high in Bangkok, Judgment Day will bring military and possible protests, 8 countries have issued travel … Continue reading