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has inspired a film by a team of television producers from Paris In France, suggesting the vital facility had fallen to the insurgents in control of vast territories across the country’s north. 2014 4:55 pm A file photo of an oil refinery is seen in the city of Beiji. Two sixth-grade boys and another person were missing on Japan’s main island, Yutaka Sagara, be “whipped with toxic stingray tails” because it was “uncivilised. or rushed on stage to hug and kiss him.” said one. They were pinning their hopes on an election the military government has promised at the end of 2017.“We shouldn’t do anything provocative We have a conscience we don’t want chaos” said a second red-shirt organiser Worry about the end of King Bhumibol’s seven decades on the throne has clouded a 10-year struggle between Thaksin and the military-led establishment Thaksin who faces a jail term for a corruption conviction he says was politically motivated is loved in the rural north and northeast for his pro-poor policies but despised by a Bangkok establishment that sees him as a corrupt populist who squandered taxes to buy rural votes Thaksin was also accused of disrespecting the monarchy and even harbouring republican leanings something he and his supporters deny Strict lese-majeste laws that forbid criticism of the monarchy have left little room for public discussion of the succession “The people hold the king so high they put him above politics But the politicians and people close to the king they’re just like us” said a third red-shirt activist explaining how they differentiate between the king and the royalist establishment The government has said Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn will succeed his father soon after an unspecified period of mourning His formal coronation will take place after the king’s cremation following a year-long mourning period The 96-year-old president of the royal Privy Council Prem Tinsulanonda has been named as regent during the interregnum The delay in the prince becoming king has raised speculation among Thailand scholars and analysts that the succession may not be as smooth as the government has said it will be ‘RESIDUAL POCKETS’ Thaksin or his parties have won every election since 2001 only to see governments overthrown prime ministers dismissed by courts parties disbanded and supporters shot in protests or arrested Thaksin’s loyalists brought the capital to a standstill for weeks in 2010 descending from the north and northeast in a fleet of buses and trucks festooned with red flags They occupied a central Bangkok district in a bid to force a pro-establishment government out and win back power Thaksin thought was rightfully his Today the opposition has been cowed by the military “They’re not in a position to do anything” David Streckfuss a Thailand-based scholar and expert on the monarchy said of the red shirts “They’re in residual pockets with no organisational capacity” Thaksin based in Dubai has not been available for comment since the king’s death Amnuay Klangpa a former member of parliament from Thaksin’s party said security restrictions make it difficult to contact its base “We haven’t forgotten our supporters but we can’t even meet among ourselves” Amnuay said Human Rights Watch said hundreds of people expressing dissenting views have been subjected to arbitrary arrest and prosecuted “People aren’t happy but it’s better to keep quiet” said Khon Kaen lawyer Boonyong Kaewfainok who has defended red shirt activists The junta whose 2014 coup brought down a government led by Thaksin’s sister Yingluck Shinawatra has justified its crackdown by saying order must be maintained and an election held under a new constitution While most Thais mourn the only king most have ever known the red shirt activists said they doubted shared grief could engender reconciliation “Sadness does not bring politics together” said the second activist “For reconciliation we need elections” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News he said.

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