Bangkok - the protestors

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Pawel Szewczyk
Around 200,000 demonstrators rallied in Bangkok, with protest leaders sayin=
g their goal this Monday is to storm Shinawatra’s office, known as Govern=
ment House.

During the weeks of demonstrations, protesters have occupied various govern=
ment offices. The rallies have been mostly peaceful, but clashes between pr=
otesters and government supporters on November 30 left five people dead.

Protesters and police, who had confronted each other with tear gas and rock=
s in parts of Bangkok last week, agreed to a truce Tuesday in a show of res=
pect for Thailand’s revered king, who celebrated his 86th birthday Thursd=
ay.

Protest leaders have said they want to rid Thailand of the influence of for=
mer Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, the older brother of Yingluck.

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra dissolved the nation’s parliament=
Monday and called for new elections. But the move did little to appease an=
ti-government protesters who remained on the streets by the thousands.

This is how the day looked like:
http://www.allphotobangkok.com/index.php/protestors-bangkok-protests-9th-de=
c-2013/


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Pawel Szewczyk a ainsi encore abusé :
Around 200,000 demonstrators rallied in Bangkok, with protest leaders saying
their goal this Monday is to storm Shinawatra’s office, known as Government
House.

During the weeks of demonstrations, protesters have occupied various
government offices. The rallies have been mostly peaceful, but clashes
between protesters and government supporters on November 30 left five people
dead.

Protesters and police, who had confronted each other with tear gas and rocks
in parts of Bangkok last week, agreed to a truce Tuesday in a show of respect
for Thailand’s revered king, who celebrated his 86th birthday Thursday.

Protest leaders have said they want to rid Thailand of the influence of
former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, the older brother of Yingluck.

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra dissolved the nation’s parliament
Monday and called for new elections. But the move did little to appease
anti-government protesters who remained on the streets by the thousands.

This is how the day looked like:
http://www.allphotobangkok.com/index.php/protestors-bangkok-protests-9th-dec-2013/

by
http://www.allphotobangkok.com/

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Photo Blog:
http://www.allphotobangkok.com/index.php/category/blog/
Photo News:
http://www.allphotobangkok.com/index.php/news-photography/



i can make wonderful pictures too juste pay me the stay in **** hotels
the travel go and return to bangkok chiang mai krabi koh samui and
phuket (padong beach if possible) and of course i need a translator
there pls choose me a long tall hmong girl waiting at the airport with
long hair a nice pair and a perfectly round booty
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