Well-wishers hold the portraits of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida, as they attend a ceremony to mark King Taksin Memorial Day in Bangkok on December 28. The moral authority of the monarchy is deeply recognised and revered in Thailand. Photo: EPA-EFE Well-wishers hold the portraits of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida, as they attend a ceremony to mark King Taksin Memorial Day in Bangkok on December 28. The moral authority of the monarchy is deeply recognised and revered in Thailand. Photo: EPA-EFE
Well-wishers hold the portraits of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida, as they attend a ceremony to mark King Taksin Memorial Day in Bangkok on December 28. The moral authority of the monarchy is deeply recognised and revered in Thailand. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Letters | Thailand protests: trust in political process and teamwork to achieve best outcome

  • Stakeholders across the political spectrum have to join the process and sort out their differences through dialogue and compromise. This might take time, but it will be the only way to achieve an outcome that is meaningful and sustainable

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Well-wishers hold the portraits of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida, as they attend a ceremony to mark King Taksin Memorial Day in Bangkok on December 28. The moral authority of the monarchy is deeply recognised and revered in Thailand. Photo: EPA-EFE Well-wishers hold the portraits of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida, as they attend a ceremony to mark King Taksin Memorial Day in Bangkok on December 28. The moral authority of the monarchy is deeply recognised and revered in Thailand. Photo: EPA-EFE
Well-wishers hold the portraits of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida, as they attend a ceremony to mark King Taksin Memorial Day in Bangkok on December 28. The moral authority of the monarchy is deeply recognised and revered in Thailand. Photo: EPA-EFE
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