Thai Military Coup


Democracy is necessary for political stability. If Thailand remains under military control after the Thai military coup, it may lose friends around the world. The military has already been criticised by Washington. As a country whose economy is based on tourism, it should remain an open society where investors feel safe about their economic projects.

The military should be pressed to give up power as soon as possible. If it stays longer in power, this will kill democracy – making of any government its puppet, while the will of people is ignored.

It’s better for the Thai people to have democratic fights for power than to remain under the power of the army which primarily should be in barracks at peace time, not giving orders to civilians about what lifestyle they should have.

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