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On Air: What next for Thailand?

Nuala McGovern Nuala McGovern | 13:26 UK time, Friday, 23 April 2010

thai.jpgFor six weeks red-shirts have been protesting against the Thai government.

The clashes between the government and protesters have become increasingly violent. Today the US, Britain and Australia have issued warnings against travel to Thailand. Later today, a group called itself 'multi-colours' is expected to rally. The 'multi-colours' want to end the red-shirts protests as they say it is hurting the country and the economy.

Here's a good Q and A on what Reuters calls Thailand's escalating colour-coded crisis.

What do you think should happen next?

Thai protesters are sticking to their demand that the parliament be dissolved immediately, do you think they should? Can a peaceful resolution be reached?


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