The signals are clear and ominous. We are at the edge of a precipice staring into a dark abyss.
Thaksin Shinawatra and the government only have themselves to blame for pressing ahead with the amnesty bill and rejecting the decision of the Constitution Court, confirming long-standing and deep suspicions that the Pheu Thai Party is acting on behalf of one man and cannot be trusted.
And although the government was right to dissolve parliament and initiate a reform process, no one believes these actions are sincere.
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