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Red-shirts celebrate Puea Thai party's win

07-04-2011 08:31 BJT

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Hundreds of red-shirted supporters have taken to streets in Bangkok to celebrate the Puea Thai party's election victory.

Supporters sang and dance as they crammed into the party's Bangkok headquarters. Prime Minister-elect Yingluck Shinawatra has promised to revive her brother Thaksin's populist policies, raise living standards and pursue national reconciliation to end Thailand's six-year political crisis.

Red-shirt Supporter, Bangkok, said, "I'm happy. Thailand always has male prime ministers and the country has often been in trouble. To have a female premier might be better."

Red-shirt Supporter, Bangkok, said, "Women are more profound than men. I accept that."


Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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