To be, or not to be, that is the question. Could Yingluck Shinawatra survive in the political arena without the backing of her brother and his minions and the hordes of red-shirt agitators? Probably not. She'd just be another pretty face.
In an interview with Forbes magazine (Oct 29), Thaksin is quoted as saying that amending the constitution is necessary for the Pheu Thai Party to solidify its hold on power.
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