Thai protests turn deadly

Thai protests turn deadly

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In 2011, anti-government activists took over government buildings in protest of an anti-government government bill that would require a special parliamentary committee to monitor local election activity.

The bill provoked intense protests that led to the fall of t더킹카지노he prime minister, Najib Razak, on February 25, 2013, a day after the police shot dead a Thai dissident who was trying to break up pro-government sit-ins.

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