Thaksin steps down but crisis persists Watch

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"There is political turmoil in Thailand in the wake of Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s resignation. Far from resolving the conflict, the 2 April snap election threatened to plunge the country into a protracted crisis."

-'On the other hand, the Thai legal system requires all parliamentary seats to be filled before parliament can be summoned and a new government installed.'

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The Elections Commission should get their act right this time and actually be decisive.

Or perhaps the King should exercise his constitutional powers and form a neutral interim government to manage Thailand, while the EC holds fresh elections all over again.

Whatever the case, peace please!
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Greece is disappointed with the election procedures regarding Thailand, as it is with many countries. As votes are being taken for the Thai future - the election commission to ensure that all procedures are ship-shape and do not pose a threat to any internal safety.
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Brazil is disappionted at the situation in Thailand and hopes that someone steps in before this gets out of control
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Brazil is disappionted at the situation in Thailand and hopes that someone steps in before this gets out of control
"Someone" step in?

What exactly is Brazil getting at?
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I don't know? Superman? I was hoping that someone(s), anyone would try and get Thailands act together.
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I don't know? Superman? I was hoping that someone(s), anyone would try and get Thailands act together.
Well certainly not foreign intervention.
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Definitely not foreign intervention.
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Then who do you suggest should step in?
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I suggest someone, anyone. As I have already said, I was not indicating anyone, or any group of people
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Anyone who steps in isn't going to get the support of the people. Arn't they having a re election?
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Yes, they are.
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Then I think we should wait for the results of that before anyone "steps in".
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India cannot comment on the situation in Thailand at this point in time.
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Sri Lanka wishes a stable, democratic government to take power in Thailand as soon as possible.
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