Thai king decides to stay in his own country longer


One way is to stir up unrest by sending more royals, with or without gentle coercion or payment, into the streets to confront the pro-democracy students. If violence ensues, the military has an excuse to intervene according to tried-and-true Thai recipes or even carry out another coup, as last happened in 2014.

For Vajiralongkorn, however, there is one objection to this well-known scenario. He is now in the international spotlight and Germany is also keeping a close eye on him. Heavy-handed intervention in Thailand could translate into an entry ban, and the king, who owns some houses in Bavaria, wants to prevent that.

Source: ANP

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