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Thailand's ruling Pheu Thai government seems to be in its death throes and is being picked at by an army of enemies.Suthep wants the government to be replaced with a "people's council".But is the Yingluck-Thaksin regime the worst that Thailand has had? Government corruption in Thailand seems omnipresent.The Democrat Party has never been able to compete with Thaksin in the game of electoral politics.The Constitutional Court has searched for existing legal loopholes to outlaw the Yingluck government.The concerted efforts to overthrow the elected Yingluck government show a reverse trend in the Thai political story. In the 1990s, Bangkok residents played a significant role in promoting democracy and opposing the militarization of politics. Rural residents, meanwhile, are fighting for more political representation through electoral politics.
Thailand may end up harming its neighbors and its trading partners
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