Sabtu, 30 Mei 2009

Thaksin Shinawatra and Abhisit Vejjajiva


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Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร)

Family backgroundThaksin's great-grandfather Seng Sae Khu was a Hakka Chinese immigrant from Meizhou, Guangdong who arrived in Siam in the 1860s and settled in Chiang Mai in 1908. His eldest son, Chiang Sae Khu, was born in 1890 and married a Thai woman, Saeng Somna. Chiang's eldest son, Sak, adopted the Thai surname Shinawatra ("does good routinely") in 1938, and the rest of the family followed suit.

Thaksin's father, Lert, was born in Chiang Mai in 1919 and married Yindi Ramingwong. In 1968, Lert Shinawatra entered politics and became an MP for Chiang Mai.

Seng Sae Khu made his fortune through tax farming. The Khu/Shinawatra family later founded Shinawatra Silks and then moved into finance, construction and property development. Lert Shinawatra opened a coffee shop and several businesses, and grew oranges and flowers in Chiang Mai's San Kamphaeng district. By the time Thaksin was born, the Shinawatra family was one of the richest and most influential in Chiang Mai.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thaksin_Shinawatra#Family


Abhisit Vejjajiva (อภิสิทธิ์ เวชชาชีวะ)

Mr Abhisit's support is drawn mainly from southern Thailand and from Bangkok's educated middle-classes. He has had less success in attracting the support of working class and rural Abhisit married Dr Pimpen Sakuntabhai, a former dentist and now a lecturer at the Department of Mathematics at Chulalongkorn University. They have two children.

The Vejjajivas are a prominent family of Thai Chinese (Hakka) origin who maintained good relationships with the Thai ruling elite from as early as the late 18th century.[16][17][18] The family's Chinese surname is Yuan (Chinese: 袁; pinyin: Yuán).[19][20] In the reign of Rama VI, Yuan-clan Lopburi provincial physician Sub-Lieutenant Dr. Long (Thai: หลง) was given the bestowed the surname "Vejjajiva."[21] Abhisit has two sisters: child psychiatrist Alisa Wacharasindhu and author Ngarmpun Vejjajiva.[22]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abhisit_Vejjajiva#Early
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ISAC said...

Maksudnya sekurang2nya sejak dari Zaman Thaksin lagi, Thailand bukan sahaja dikuasai ekonominya oleh kaum Cina bahkan ketua Negaranya juga berketurunan Cina...(Kena check juga salasilah PM2 Thai yang lain untuk mendapatkan maklumat siapakah PM kaum Cina yang pertama di Thailand)

Minoriti memerintah majoriti...Itu di Utara...

Kalau di Selatan Semenanjung pula...PM anak beranak (Keluarga Lee) telah lama berkuasa...Goh Chok Tong tu sekejap aje...1990 to 2004(PM peralihan)

ISAC said...

Sorang lagi PM Thai.

Samak Sundaravej (Thai: สมัคร สุนทรเวช; RTGS: Samak Sunthorawet) (born 13 June 1935) was the Prime Minister of Thailand and Minister of Defense in 2008, as well as the leader of the People's Power Party in 2008.

Early life and family
Samak was born in Bangkok, Thailand to Sewok Eak Phraya Bumrungrajabhariphan (Samien Sundaravej) and his wife Khunying Umphan Bumrungrajabhariphan (Umphan Sundaravej). He is of Chinese descent (ancestral surname Lee (李)).[1] He has five siblings. Samak studied at Saint Gabriel's College, Assumption Commercial College and Thammasat University. He also received diplomas from Chulalongkorn University and Bryant & Stratton College.[2]

As well as being a politician, Samak is a well-known television chef. For seven years until the military coup of September 2006, he hosted a cooking show called Tasting, Ranting on the Thailand ITV television network and Royal Thai Army Radio and Television. He said that once he became prime minister, he would also resume his career as a TV chef and has done so. On September 9, 2008, the full bench of the Constitutional Court ruled that it was unconstitutional for Samak to maintain his television career, and disqualified him from office. .[3][4]

Samak is married to Khunying Surat Sundaravej, a financial adviser to the Charoen Pokphand Group. They have 2 children.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samak_Sundaravej#Early_life_and_family

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Surayud Chulanont
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Surayud Chulanont
สุรยุทธ์ จุลานนท์

24th Prime Minister of Thailand
In office
1 October 2006 – 29 January 2008
Monarch Rama IX
Preceded by Sonthi Boonyaratglin
Succeeded by Samak Sundaravej

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Born 28 August 1943 (aged 65)
Phetchaburi, Thailand
Spouse Chitravadee Chulanont
Religion Buddhism
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General (ret.) Surayud Chulanont (Thai: สุรยุทธ์ จุลานนท์, RTGS: Surayut Chulanon) is a Thai political figure. He was the Prime Minister of Thailand and head of Thailand's Interim Government between 2006 and 2008. He was a former Thai military officer, Army Commander, Supreme Commander, and currently Privy Councilor to King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

Surayud came from a military family, but Surayud's father defected from the Royal Thai Army to the Communist Party of Thailand when Surayud was a young boy. Surayud joined the Thai Army and rose to power as a close aide to General Prem Tinsulanonda. He commanded troops during Bloody May, the violent 1992 crackdown on anti-government protestors, but he denied giving his men the order to shoot protesters. He was promoted to Army Commander during the government of Chuan Leekpai and was promoted to Supreme Commander in 2003, under the government of Thaksin Shinawatra. Upon retirement from the Army, King Bhumibol Adulyadej appointed Surayud to his Privy Council of personal advisors. Surayud and Privy Council President Prem Tinsulanonda played a key role in the promotion of General Sonthi Boonratklin to the position of Army Commander.

General Sonthi overthrew the government of Thaksin Shinawatra in a coup on 19 September 2006 and soon afterwards appointed Surayud as Prime Minister. Surayud's government was a controversial one. There was a significant worsening in perceived levels of corruption during his government.[1] Surayud's Deputy Finance Minister, Sommai Pasee, was sentenced to jail for abuse of power.[2] Surayud raised the military budget by 35% and was accused of economic mismanagement, rampant human rights abuses, and flip-flopping on numerous policies. Article 19 ranked Thailand as falling behind Cambodia and Indonesia in terms of freedom of expression.[3] Thailand's economic growth rate slowed to the lowest level in five years and was ranked the lowest in the region.[4][5] However, Surayud was praised for apologizing for atrocities committed by the Thai military fighting the South Thailand insurgency, although the apology was accompanied by a sharp escalation in violence. He has been accused of forest reserve encroachment (a charge that was not investigated since the statute of limitations had run out by 2 years) and illegally acquiring train carriages for display in his forest home. He is married to Chitravadi Santhadwet Chulanont (Thai: จิตรวดี สันทัดเวช) and has three sons, Nam, Khao and Captain Non.

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Chitchai Wannasathit
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Chitchai Wannasathit (Thai: ชิดชัย วรรณสถิตย์, Chinese: 曹壁光,[1] born August 13, 1946 in Ubon Ratchathani Province) was the acting caretaker Prime Minister of Thailand from April to May 2006, when Thaksin Shinawatra took a break from his duties as prime minister following a disappointing showing in elections; Thaksin returned to his duties after more than a month. Chitchai Wannasathit was the first deputy prime minister and justice minister, and is of Chinese descent.[2]

On September 19, 2006, he was arrested by the Thai military during the 2006 coup d'état, but was soon released.

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Chuan Leekpai
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Chuan Leekpai
ชวน หลีกภัย
呂基文

20th Prime Minister of Thailand
In office
September 20, 1992 – May 19, 1995
November 9, 1997 - February 9, 2001
Monarch Rama IX
Preceded by Anand Panyarachun (1992)
Chavalit Yongchaiyudh (1997)
Succeeded by Banharn Silpa-Archa (1995)
Thaksin Shinawatra (2001)

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5th Leader of the Opposition in House of Representatives of Thailand
In office
August 4 , 1995 – September 27, 1996
December 21, 1996 - November 8, 1997
March 11, 2001 - May 3, 2003

Monarch Rama IX
Preceded by Banharn Silpa-archa (1995)
Chavalit Yongchaiyudh (2000)
Succeeded by Chavalit Yongchaiyudh (1997)
Banyat Bantadtan (2003)

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Born July 28, 1938 (1938-07-28) (age 70)
Trang, Thailand
Nationality Thai
Political party Democrat Party
Profession Lawyer
Religion Buddhism
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Chuan Leekpai (Thai: ชวน หลีกภัย; RTGS: Chuan Likphai; Chinese: 呂基文; pinyin: Lǚ Jīwén; born July 28, 1938 in Trang) was the Prime Minister of Thailand from September 20, 1992 to May 19, 1995 and again from November 9, 1997 to February 9, 2001. A third-generation Thai Chinese[1][2], Chuan was born in Trang province in a grass-roofed house. The walls of his family's house were woven from strips of betel-nut wood. The floor was the soil. His father's name was Niyom Leekpai and his mother's name was Tuan Leekpai. They were half-Chinese parents like most Trang locals. His father was a teacher and he earned modest wages. Tuan Leekpai sold Thai desserts and worked in a para rubber garden. Chuan Leekpai has 9 siblings and is the third child in the family. Because of his big family, Chuan's childhood was not comfortable. Chuan moved to the temple school called 'Wat Amarintraram' in Bangkok where he lived for 6 years. Then he went to study Law at Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand. After he graduated, he worked as a lawyer and then as a politician. He has one son, Surabot Leekpai, with Pakdiporn Sujaritkul (his common-law wife). As the leader of the Democrat Party, Chuan was elected in 1992 after the abortive coup by General Suchinda Kraprayoon, thus becoming Thailand's first prime minister to come to power without either aristocratic or military backing. His first administration consisted of a five party coalition of the Democrat, New Aspiration, Palang Dhamma, Social Action and Social Unity Parties until he was defeated in the 1995 election, but assumed power in late 1997 following the fall of the Chavalit Yongchaiyut administration, which was held responsible for the economic crisis that beset Thailand in 1997. Although being criticised as a slow actor, Chuan managed to meet factional demands while abiding by the rule of law.

Contents [hide]
1 Raluek Leekpai Scandal
2 First Term (1992-1995)
3 Second Term (1997-2001)
3.1 Economic Reforms
3.2 Human Rights
3.3 Corruption
4 Criticisms
5 Royal decorations
5.1 Foreign decorations
6 Quotes
7 References

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuan_Leekpai

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Banharn Silpa-archa
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Banharn Silpa-Archa
บรรหาร ศิลปอาชา
馬德祥

21st Prime Minister of Thailand
In office
July 13, 1995 – November 24, 1996
Monarch Rama IX
Preceded by Chuan Leekpai
Succeeded by Chavalit Yongchaiyudh

4th Leader of the Opposition in House of Representatives of Thailand
In office
May 27, 1994 – May 19, 1995
Monarch Rama IX
Preceded by Praman Adireksan
Succeeded by Chuan Leekpai

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banharn_Silpa-archa


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Born August 19, 1932 (1932-08-19) (age 76)
Suphanburi Province, Thailand
Nationality Thai
Political party Chart Thai Party
Spouse Jamsai Silpa-Archa
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Banharn Silpa-archa (parts of his name also spelt variously Banhan, Silapa-, Sinlapa-, and -acha[1][2]; Thai: บรรหาร ศิลปอาชา Bànhăan Sĭnlábpà-aachaa , born 19 August 1932) was the 21st Prime Minister of Thailand, from 13 July 1995 to 24 November 1996. He has been a veteran Sino-Thai Member of Parliament since 1976 as the elected representative of Suphanburi province. Since then, he has enjoyed unchallenged domination in Suphanburi. In every election he participated, he won by a landslide victory, receiving on average 60 to 90 per cent of the votes cast. Since 1994, he has been the leader of the opposition, Chart Thai Party, one of the oldest parties in Thailand. Between 1995 and 1996, he was the Prime Minister. Throughout this seemingly versatile career, however, Banharn has been involved in numerous corruption scandals one of which diminished the concordance in his administration and caused him to resign. Many Thais call him all sorts of pejorative names, such as "Mr. ATM", portraying him as a politician who dispenses dirty money under the table to anyone who needs it. His short-lived yet highly inept administration is also believed to have paved the way for the economic crisis of 1997.

Born in Suphanburi Province, he is a Thai Chinese,[3] with ancestry from Chaoyang.[4] Part of his Thai name, Archa (อาชา), is a translation of his Chinese surname, Mǎ (馬), meaning "horse". On 21 January 2008, Banharn held a press conference in which he officially announced the merging of his Chart Thai Party with Thai Rak Thai's nominee party, the People's Power Party. Because he had earlier vowed before the Emerald Buddha never to rejoin Thaksin because of the his corruption scandals, Banharn has been given a new nickname — "Slippery Eel."

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Anand Panyarachun อานันท์ ปันยารชุน
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18th
Prime Minister of Thailand
In office
March 2, 1991 – March 23, 1992
June 10, 1992 - September 22, 1992
Monarch Bhumibol Adulyadej
Preceded by Chatichai Choonhavan (1991)
Suchinda Kraprayoon (1992)
Succeeded by Suchinda Kraprayoon (1992)
Chuan Leekpai (1992)

Born August 9, 1932 (1932-08-09) (age 76)
Bangkok, Thailand
Nationality Thai
Spouse Sodsri Panyarachun
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Anand Panyarachun (born August 9, 1932) was Thailand's Prime Minister twice, between 1991-1992 and once again in 1992. He was effective in initiating economic and political reforms, one of which was the drafting of Thailand's "Peoples' Constitution", which was promulgated in 1997 and abrogated in 2006. Anand received a Ramon Magsaysay Award for Government Service in 1997.Education and career in civil service and business
Anand was the youngest child of twelve children[1] of a rich family of Mon heritage from his father's side and Thai-Chinese (Hokkien[2]) from his mother's.[3][4] According to Anand himself, Anand inherited his Chinese heritage from his maternal grandmother, whose surname was Lau (Chinese: 刘).[5] He attended Dulwich College and later read law at Trinity College, Cambridge, graduating with honours in 1955.

Anand spent 23 years in the foreign service, serving at times as the Ambassador of Thailand to the United Nations, Canada, the United States, and West Germany. In January 1976 he was appointed Permanent Secretary of the foreign ministry, and played a leading role in ensuring the US military withdrawal from Thailand. Following that year's October coup Anand was branded a communist by the military during the subsequent political witch hunts.[6] Although the civil service panel set up to investigate the allegations cleared him of any wrongdoing, Anand was put aside into relatively unimportant posts and in 1979 left the public sector for the private sector.[7] He became the Vice-Chairman of the Saha-Union Group in 1979 and the Chairman of the Board of Directors in 1991. He has been a Director of Siam Commercial Bank since 1984.[8]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anand_Panyarachun

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Meechai Ruchuphan
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Meechai Ruchuphan
Born 1938

Nationality Thai
Occupation President of the National Legislative Assembly of Thailand
Meechai Ruchuphan (born 1938[1], Thai: มีชัย ฤชุพันธุ์, Chinese: 卢自淘[2]) was the acting Prime Minister of Thailand following the military domination of the government. He served from May 24, 1992 to June 10, 1992. He was succeeded by the previous civilian Prime Minister Anand Panyarachun. Now he is President of the National Legislative Assembly of Thailand, and is of Thai Chinese descent.[3]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meechai_Ruchuphan

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Suchinda Kraprayoon
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Suchinda Kraprayoon
สุจินดา คราประยูร

19th
Prime Minister of Thailand
In office
7 April 1992 – 24 May 1992
Preceded by Anand Panyarachun
Succeeded by Anand Panyarachun

Born August 6, 1933 (1933-08-06) (age 75)
Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
Nationality Thai
Spouse Wannee Kraprayoon
Suchinda Kraprayoon (Thai: สุจินดา คราประยูร, born August 6, 1933) was Prime Minister of Thailand from 7 April 1992 until 24 May 1992.

Suchinda, son of Juang and Sompong Kraprayoon, was born 6 August 1933 in the province of Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, and is of Chinese[1][2][3] and Mon descent.[4] He married Khunying Wannee Kraprayoon (Noonpakdee).

Early life and education
Suchinda first attended Wat Rajabopit School and later Amnuayslip School. He studied medicine at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok for 12 months before entering the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy. He graduated from Class 5 of the Academy, many of which would join in the National Peace Keeping Council. He also attended the US Army Command and General Staff Course at the Artillery Regiment, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and the US Army Command and General Staff Course at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suchinda_Kraprayoon

ISAC said...

Itu PM yang ke 19.... Kalau nak lebih lanjut cari lah sendiri yek...Kat Link ini;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Prime_Ministers_of_Thailand

Apai Ngelai said...
Ulasan ini telah dialihkan keluar oleh pengarang.
Apai Ngelai said...

Salam abgtuah,

Tak mustahil dengan bantuan PKR dan PAS, Malaysia akan menjadi REPUBLIC PEOPLE OF MALAYSYIE. Penasihat Presiden - Chin Peng. Hahaha.....

Dengan ideologi ala-ala PKM dan dengan penghapusan kuasa raja2, maka rakyat PR melayu keldai kena bersiap untuk menjadi golongan minoriti oleh kuasa politik DAP. Perak yang begitu besar dan ramai penduduk melayu pun ditentukan nasib mereka oleh DAP melalui MB boneka mereka satu ketika dulu. Tidak hairan PRU13 nanti melayu akan melukut di tepi gantang.

Tanpa Nama said...

analisis cuma satu: thaksin PM rakyat. abhisit PM mahkamah macam kawan kita tu la...

negara tak aman.

ekonomi out.

masing2 salahkan masing2.

Tanpa Nama said...

Terima Kasih atas posting ini.
Kalau bukan Bumi yg memerintah maka ia akan jadi tunggang langgang sampai raja pun tak boleh buat ape-ape.

Terima kasih sekali lagi.

Nani Cheras

 

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