bloody clashes in bangkok thailand

Bloody clashes in Bangkok Thailand
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono hoped a political solution to the achievement of a good, peaceful, and democratic in accordance with the law in Thailand after bloody clashes in Bangkok a few days ago until Thursday, (04.29.2010) this.
According to Presidential Spokesman Dino Patti Djalal, President Yudhoyono delivered it when he received the honor of visiting Thai Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, Thursday.

"The President, after hearing the explanation Foreign Minister of Thailand, hoping to reach a political solution is good, peaceful, democratic, and in accordance with the rule of law," said Dino. Yudhoyono also hoped that communication can be maintained between the two governments on the future. According to Dino, President Yudhoyono suggested, Indonesia to respect the sovereignty of Thailand.

Kasit to Jakarta in order to tour Southeast Asia. He said the conflict in Thailand today is no longer between the two political parties, but has lead to greater conflict. "Between groups loyal to the system of constitutional monarchy, the royal system is now being accepted, with groups that have different agendas who want to change the state system," said Dino quoting Kasit explanation.

From the observation of Foreign Kasit, Dino continued, the conflict will continue and tend to harden. After bloody clashes between groups supporting the Red Shirt who was ousted prime minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, and security forces early this April, in Bangkok appeared a series of other clashes, including the explosion of hand grenades or bombs.

A number of countries have called on both sides to refrain from other clashes that cause more casualties. Political tensions in Thailand began with a bloodless military coup to topple Thaksin Shinawatra in 2006.

Opponents of Mr Thaksin also held a large-scale action to block the two main airports in Bangkok.

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