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Red rifts will grow if amnesty plight ignored

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At a glance, the Yingluck Shinawatra administration is doing well to restore the country's image after political protests in the capital and the subsequent bloody crackdown in 2010. 

The ‘January 29 for the Release of Political Prisoners’ group took to the streets this week to urge the government to consider amnesty for political prisoners. PATTARAPONG CHATPATTARASIL

Yet there are growing signs that it is starting to feel the heat - not from its political opponents, but from its own supporters.

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