Thursday, January 04, 2007

Explosões em Banguecoque II

"The unprecedented attacks on Bangkok represent a dangerous turn in the country's already tense political situation and provide powerful new justification for the military-led Council for National Security (CNS) military installed government to maintain martial law, augment its security presence and crack down on political dissent across the country (...) Whoever was responsible, the bombings will no doubt provide powerful new ammunition to CNS elements already skeptical of Surayud's stewardship and will no doubt give rise to new complaints that the former army commander has not done enough to guard against a possible rearguard action among Thaksin's alienated supporters inside the military. "

A leitura de Shawn W Crispin no Asia Times.

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