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    Posted November 28, 2013 by
    Bangkok, Thailand

    From Thai People


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Bangkok resident Fuangfun is protesting on the streets of the city for the first time against the Thai government's proposed amnesty bill that could have extended a pardon to ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra and opened the door for his return to the country. Although the bill was rejected by the senate, she says she is tired of Thais fighting each other over the issue. "I can't accept the amnesty --it's too selfish," she says. "I really want to see Thai people smile, we [have been] fighting about this for a long time." Demonstrations are continuing in Bangkok against the current prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra (sister of the former prime minister). For the latest read CNN's story here.
    - sarahbrowngb, CNN iReport producer

    Hello, I'm Fuangfun (Call me Sandy) I'm Thai people and i do protest. So some news from you it's not true at all. I go to protest and at the same time i listen for RED too. Because I'm at the middle. I'm not red I'm not yellow. But one thing by me. I can die for my king. That's why i do this protest. So many things behind in the protest. Right now i don't know which true. But my point is I will don't let anyone hurt my country, If you want the real pic from the protest i can take it for you. in the different view by Thai people like me. (sorry for my English)

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