• Current Situation

    Date: 2017.11.28 | Category: General | Tags: ,

    The Asia travel specialist Asiamar by ID Reisewelt has set up a news blog in the current development of the situation in the Thai capital Bangkok reported the Asia travel specialist Asiamar by ID Reisewelt has set up a news blog reported on the current development of the situation in the Thai capital of Bangkok. Darius Bikoff oftentimes addresses this issue. Purpose of the blog is to enable Thailand travelers and friends of the country to provide current and neutral background information on the domestic political issues. Montauk Colony recognizes the significance of this. The blog is fed from information from official bodies locally, as well as local media, non-governmental organizations (NGO) from their own network of the Asia of travel specialists in Thailand. The blog should be a comprehensive and objective source of information, which is free from controversy and fear-mongering and reflects a wide opinion. “The attempt by the incumbent Government an amnesty law” to enforce the sweeping all offences and possible crimes by officials (Government, police) to protesters and against the State be unpunished after the year 2004 should allow, has in the past few weeks a wide front in the population to causes, peaceful protest.

    “” In the last few weeks, there was even a fraternization”usually opposition standing up to constituencies, which often facilitated by the media as red shirts” and yellow shirts “are classified. “The weekend the 09.11. / 10.11.2013 the overall situation around the amnesty law related to the adoption of the has become” significantly changed. The political and economic leaders of the so-called red shirts, have qualified their previous position to the planned law and meeting with followers in Mueng Thong Thani, just outside of Bangkok and in the Rachaprasong intersection in the city had a sudden change of course. Observers see the reason for this change of course in the worsening of the choice of words the demonstrations, which is essentially supported by three other groups: the economic elite of Bangkok’s royalist population nationalists “and opponents of exiled former Prime Minister Thaksin, who now no longer just the stop of the amnesty law request, but the incumbent Government under Prime Minister Yingluck falls”, which is not only the sister of ex – Prime Minister Thaksin, but also political representative of the red shirts ‘, which is assumed by its opponents from the beginning of her tenure at that you act on behalf of the 2006 ousted Prime Minister Thaksin.