With the govt in full retreat over the amnesty bill, it's time PM Yingluck finally shows some leadership and apologises to the people, says Veera Prateepchaikul | Bangkok Post: opinion

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Yingluck must apologise to the people

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The mood of quite a few protesters has clearly gone beyond the blanket amnesty issue. The shouts of "Yingluck get out" that resonated at every protest site – Samsen railway station, Silom, Asoke intersection and Ratchadamnoen – along with the ear-deafening whistle blowing are indicative of the mood. 

At this stage, the Ratchadamnoen protest leader, the now former Democrat MP Suthep Thaugsuban, appears somewhat hesitant about whether he will lead the attempt to oust the government, as many protesters would wish, although he confided privately to a reporter that he would prefer to "go to the end of the soi".

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