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Eldorado

Thailand pro-democracy protests continue

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Thailand's government has vowed to protect the monarchy after tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters rallied in Bangkok and other cities over the weekend, as calls for a new constitution and curbing the King's powers continue to grow.

Demonstrators again defied an emergency decree banning public gatherings of more than five people and hit the streets en masse for a fifth straight day on Sunday, with about 10,000 people surrounding Bangkok's Victory Monument in the heart of the capital and blocking traffic around one of the city's main business centers.

Full report at CNN: Link

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spartan max2

One of the last monarchies on earth. 

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Eldorado
1 minute ago, spartan max2 said:

One of the last monarchies on earth. 

...and here's the list.

Wikipedia

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spartan max2
1 minute ago, Eldorado said:

...and here's the list.

Wikipedia

Canada, a constitutional monarchy, what lol.

Their royalty clearly isn't as famous as the U.Ks. 

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seanjo
3 hours ago, spartan max2 said:

Canada, a constitutional monarchy, what lol.

Their royalty clearly isn't as famous as the U.Ks. 

Queen Elizabeth II is head of state for quite a few countries.

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spartan max2
6 minutes ago, seanjo said:

Queen Elizabeth II is head of state for quite a few countries.

Are you telling me that Canada and the U.K share the same monarchs? :huh:

 

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seanjo
1 hour ago, spartan max2 said:

Are you telling me that Canada and the U.K share the same monarchs? :huh:

 

Yes, Canada are part of the Commonwealth...Deficit or Surplus in Canada? – Wheat & Tares

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