What does he say now? I

17 06 2016

Readers who looked at our earlier post, citing failed Democrat Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva, will recall that he was reported as having “praised” The Dictator and self-appointed military Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha for “allowing the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship to set up an anti-fraud centre for the referendum as long as it did not break any laws.”Abhisit Vejjajiva

What does he say now?

Prachatai reports that “the military ordered the red shirts referendum watch centers to be closed in many provinces.”

The military dictatorship has no interest in any monitoring of their referendum.

It is also reported that the “red shirts, however, refused to obey the authorities and said that they will continue to run the centers as planned for the upcoming draft constitution referendum, saying that people should be given chances to participate in passing the draft constitution as much as possible.”

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