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Drawing the line over free speech

Cartoonist Chai Ratchawat opened a squirming can of worms with his criticism of the premier - Democrat MP Alongkorn is winning few friends in trying to bring reform to the party - Reconciliation group charges PM's aides with blocking effort to produce Buddha peace statues

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Chai Ratchawat's political cartoon Phuyai Ma Kap Thung Ma Moen might be popular, but it has never been quite so controversial as when he assigned the prefix of ''evil'' to Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. 

Chai: Put Thai Rath under pressure

The commotion he has stirred stems from a message he posted on a personal Facebook account which has gone viral.

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