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It’s best to keep mum

Abhisit is being advised to keep out of the political firing line for now - Pheu Thai looks to have temporarily splintered and its future is uncertain - The coup changed fortunes in senior police ranks and it's far from clear who the new chief will be

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At the height of the political conflict, Democrat Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva was warned to go with the flow of developments or watch his party decline. 

Abhisit: Too many comments

Mr Abhisit championed a reconciliation platform during the last few months of the Yingluck Shinawatra administration. His initiative, however, landed with a thud as few political actors reciprocated his feelings.

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