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BURNING ISSUE

Coups part of vicious political cycle

Rampant corruption usually the root cause of the Kingdom's military seizing power




Coup leaders need to prove themselves, says Thai Rak Thai

A Thai Rak Thai executive warned yesterday that the junta should not abuse its power by accusing the deposed government of Thaksin Shinawatra of a series of scandals because its "robbery" on September 19 - the coup - had no legitimacy.





Junta too paranoid: Khamta

Khamta Kanbunjan, a key supporter of ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, said yesterday the Council for National Security (CNS) had sent military officers to keep an eye on him at home.



Wijit to scrap hi-tech policies of ex-govt

The Education Ministry vowed yesterday to scrap three populist policies floated by the previous administration.

TAX EVASION

Pojaman accused over wedding gift

Assets probe claims evidence three others colluded in 1997 share transaction

IN BRIEF

Charter :Worries over 'bloc voting' for Constitution drafters

The peer vote by 2,000 National People's Assembly (NPA) members to name 200 charter drafting candidates will proceed as planned although concerns over a block vote remain unresolved, the legislative speaker said yesterday.



'Direct from Govt House' to kick off this Saturday

The military-backed government is taking its public-relations blitz directly to the public via television and radio.






Top Stories



Pojaman accused over wedding gift

Hapless ex-MPs struggle to repay debts

Bhanapot gets 30 days to pay up

CNS 'frozen' on Thaksin's assets

Coups part of vicious political cycle


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