Monday, May 5, 2008

General Thein Sein of Myanmar visits HM the King of Thailand

A propaganda organ of Burma's junta, New Light of Myanmar, reports*:
Prime Minister General Thein Sein paid a courtesy call on Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej at Chitralada Palace in Bangkok, Thailand yesterday. . . .

Concerning democratization process, the Thai King said the examples of some western powers stood witness to the fact that too much democracy was not good. So much talk and less work was not either. The western big nations accused Thailand of being weak in exercising democracy. The democracy being practised by Thailand was better than the one they were practising.

He added that Myanmar was rich in natural resources and close cooperation between Myanmar and Thailand would contribute to the benefits of the two nations.
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Hat-tip Bangkok Pundit and 2Bangkok.

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