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    ‘ She is her brother’s doll ’

     

    Protests are going on in Thailand against the new Thailand president, Yingluck Shinawatra. Citizens of Thailand's demands are that she should resign because they think that she is following her brother’s footsteps to finish what he started. They think that ‘she is her brother’s doll ’. But, no matter what Ms. Yingluck Shinawatra has made up her mind. It does not look like she will be resigning any time soon. She did tell people on an interview with CNN that these assumptions are wrong and she is not following her brother’s footsteps. But, it does not look like people are going to quit protesting after this statement. She will have to prove herself, which is always a challenge for people all over the world. Her brother Thaksin Shinawatra, a former prime minister of Thailand, was accused of corruption and he lives in Dubai to avoid corruption charges. So they think that Yingluck might be a corrupted person like her brother, but these assumptions are wrong or so she says.

     

    2 questions for you and you can answer, by commenting on my newspaper article below: What would you do if you were in Yingluck Shinawatra’s place and What do you think happened to the Malaysian Airlines (Look at the evidence and frame an answer.)

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