19 Feb '11, 7am

Rallies against interests of jailed Thais: Abhisit

Rallies against interests of jailed Thais: Abhisit

Mr Abhisit also stressed that the decision on legal proceedings would ultimately depend on the two detainees and their families. The prime minister admitted that the conflict between Thailand and Cambodia was complicating matters, and urged the Thai Patriots Network (TPN) to cooperate instead of making things worse. -- PHOTO: AP THAILAND - PRIME Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva warned on Friday that if the yellow shirts continued protesting and pressuring the Cambodian government, it might have negative consequences on the two Thai nationals being held in a Phnom Penh prison. He added that the government was doing what it could to help get Veera Somkwamkid and Ratree Pipatanapaiboon released. Mr Abhisit also stressed that the decision on legal proceedings would ultimately depend on the two detainees and their families. The prime minister admitted that the conflict between Thaila...

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