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          Survey shows 80% Thais expect solution to political crises
          Release Time: 2008/12/14 0:00:00        From: Made In China.com        Visits: 198551        Font Size: Large  Middle  Small

          BANGKOK, Dec. 14 (Xinhua) -- A new survey released on Sunday found that as many as over 80 percent Thais wish to see the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) and the Democratic Alliance Against Dictatorship (DAAD) to hold hands and solve the national crises.
          The PAD has led months-long mass street protests in attempts to topple the former PPP-led coalition government, which it called a proxy of coup-ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra, while the DAAD supports Thaksin and his allies.
          According to ABAC Poll Research Center survey, 30.1 percent said they still backed the Puea Thai party, which was established recently to shelter MPs from the now disbanded People Power Party (PPP), to form a new government.
          As many as 48.4 percent wanted a national government to be formed, as the Puea Thai party has proposed, the survey showed.
          Some 67.3 percent wanted a House dissolution to pave way for another general election, and 65.9 percent wanted a mediator to be the next premier.
          The survey was released on the eve of a parliamentary session scheduled on Monday to elect a new prime minister after Somchai Wongsawat had to step down from the post with a Constitution Court verdict on Dec. 2 that ordered to disband PPP and another two smaller parties in the PPP-led coalition government.
          The Puea Thai's main rival Democrat Party declared they have obtained enough support from parties to form a new government led with its party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva.

          Thai parliament to elect new PM on Monday
          BANGKOK, Dec. 11 (Xinhua) -- The King of Thailand Bhumibol Adulyadej has signed a royal decree to open a special parliamentary session on next Monday which aims at electing a new prime minister, House Speaker Chai Chidchob said on Thursday. Full story
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