Sabtu, 07 Desember 2013

PM Yingluck Shinawatra Tak Mau Turun Jabatan




PM Thailand Yingluck Shinawatra

http://www.pehtem.com/8073/pm-yingluck-shinawatra-tak-mau-turun-jabatan


Walaupun sudah didesak oleh ribuan pengunjuk rasa, selama satu pekan ini.  Perdana Menteri berkuasa Yingluck Shinawatra bersih kukuh tak mau lengser dari kursi kepala pemerintah. Demikianlah berita yang dilansir dari Bangkok Post hari Senin ini ( 02/11).
Dalam pernyataan Resmi PM Yingluck mengatakan permintaan massa tidak bisa dipenuhi karena hal ini merusak konsitusi dan tak beralasan.
Sementara itu unjuk massa yang telah dilakuan selama dua pekan ini mulai mengarah pada aksi kekerasan.   Dilaporkan sejumlah insiden bentrok antar dua kubu yang saling bertentangan, terjadi di jala-jalan kota Bangkok.
Polisi pun mulai menggunakan gas air mata untuk mengurai massa dari aksi pendudukan di kantor perdana menteri.
Paradorn Pattanathabutr, Kepala Keamanan nasional mengatakan kepada Bangkok Post ( 02/12) bahwa kepolisian membubarkan masa hanya menggunakan bom gas air mata dan peluru karet.
Pada hari yang sama PM Yingluck juga menghimbau kepada militer, agar posisi mereka harus tetap netral, tidak boleh melakukan kekerasan.
Sebelumnya PM Yingluck mengeluarkan UU Keamanan khusus bagi para pengunjuk rasa.  Pihak keamanan boleh melakukan jam malam di Bangkok dan mendirikan pos pemeriksaan.
Polisi pun sudah mengajukan surat penangkapan kepada pemimpin unjuk rasa, Suthep Thaugsuban dan disetujui oleh pengadilan tinggi.





Senin, 12/09/2011 17:24 WIB

Yingluck, Perempuan Berkuasa dari Thailand

Nurul Hidayati - detikNews
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Jakarta - Hari ini Presiden SBY kedatangan tamu istimewa yang ingin memperkenalkan diri: Yingluck Shinawatra. Cantik dan pintar, begitu kesan pertama bertemu dengan Perdana Menteri Thailand itu. Yingluck merupakan PM perempuan pertama di negeri gajah putih tersebut.

Yingluck lahir pada 21 Juni 1967 di Provinsi Chiang Mai dan akrab disapa Pu. Dia merupakan anak bungsu dari 9 anak pasangan Lert dan Yindee. Selama ini dia dikenal sebagai pebisnis dan politikus, anggota Partai Pheu Thai, lalu terpilih sebagai PM ke-28 lewat Pemilu 2011.

Soal pendidikan, Yingluck mengantongi gelar sarjana administrasi negara dari Universitas Chiang Mai dan master dari Universitas Kentucky, AS. Dia lalu menjadi tenaga sales dan marketing di kerajaan bisnis kakaknya, Thaksin Shinawatra. Kariernya meroket pesat hingga menjadi eksekutif di perusahaan Thaksin.

Thaksin pada 2006 dikudeta secara militer dan hidup dalam pengasingan. Pada 17 Mei 2011, Partai Pheu Thai yang memelihara hubungan dekat dengan Thaksin, menominasikan Yingluck sebagai kandidat PM untuk Pemilu 2011. Pada 5 Agustus 2011 parlemen Thailand resmi mengukuhkan dia sebagai PM.

Majalah Time edisi Agustus lalu, memasukkan Yingluck dalam deretan 12 perempuan berpengaruh di dunia, setara dengan Kanselir Jerman Angela Markel dan PM Australia Julia Gillard.

Yingluck juga masuk 100 orang berpengaruh di dunia versi majalah Forbes belum lama ini. Dia duduk di urutan 59, sedangkan Sri Mulyani, eks Menkeu RI, nomor 65.

Banyak yang menyoroti karier politiknya karena dia merupakan adik Thaksin. Tapi banyak juga yang mengometari kecantikannya

Thailand's First Female PM Yingluck Shinawatra Has 'A lot more hard work to do' [Photos]

on August 05 2011 5:03 AM
Thailand has got its first ever female prime minister as the nation's parliament has selected Yingluck Shinawatra, the sister of toppled former premier Thaksin Shinawatra, to take over the charge.
However, the nation's king Bhumibol Adulyadej has to proclaim Shinawatra before she officially takes the office. After gets announced by the king, she will be the 28th prime minister in Thai history, CNN reported.
Shinawatra, 44, got the majority of supports winning 296 votes in the 500-member parliament. Shinawatra-led Pheu Thai party won a majority in the July 3 vote.
Shinawatra, who is due to name a cabinet, which must present its policies for a confidence vote 15 days after taking office, said earlier that she wanted to develop people's economic situations.
"There is a lot more hard work to do in the future for the well-being of our sisters and brothers, the people of Thailand," she said last month.
Shinawatra's clear victory has boosted the stock up. As per the data compiled by Bloomberg, investors bought 46.3 billion baht of Thai stocks in the past month. In the month before the votes, investors pulled pulled a net 26.9 billion baht out of Thai stocks. After Mongolia, SET Index is the second best performer with a gain of 4.6 percent so far this quarter.
Prior to entering politics, Shinawatra held senior positions at Advanced Info Service Pcl, the mobile-phone company. The company, founded by her brother Thaksin, became Tailand's biggest and is now owned by his children.
Shinawatra holds a master's degree in public administration from Kentucky State University in the U.S.
Thailand's new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of the Puea Thai Party
Thailand's new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of the Puea Thai Party laughs with members of parliament moments after being elected as the country's 28th prime minister in parliament in Bangkok August 5, 2011. Thailand's parliament elected Yingluck Shinawatra as the country's first female prime minister on Friday after the political novice won the support of more than half of the lawmakers in a televised vote, according to Reuters calculations. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
Thailand's new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of the Puea Thai Party
Yingluck Shinawatra leaves the parliament after being elected as Thailand's 28th prime minister in Bangkok August 5, 2011. Thailand's parliament elected Yingluck as the country's first female prime minister on Friday after the political novice won the support of more than half of the lawmakers in a televised vote, according to Reuters calculations. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
Thailand's new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of the Puea Thai Party
Prime Minister-elect Yingluck Shinawatra (C) of the Puea Thai Party and other members of parliament vote to select a house speaker in Thailand first parliament session in Bangkok August 2, 2011. Thailand's election authority cleared the way last week for a new parliament to convene and choose a prime minister, saying it had endorsed enough winning candidates from the July 3 election to produce a quorum. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
Thailand's new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of the Puea Thai Party
Yingluck Shinawatra, sister of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra, greets reporters and supporters gathered at her party's headquarters after voting in general elections ended in Bangkok July 3, 2011. Thailand's opposition Puea Thai (For Thais) party led by Yingluck, appeared headed for a landslide election victory on Sunday, in a triumph for protesters who clashed with the army last year. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
Thailand's new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of the Puea Thai Party
Yingluck Shinawatra, sister of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra, is surrounded by reporters as she takes a stage for the last big pre-election rally for her Puea Thai (For Thais) party at a stadium in Bangkok July 1, 2011. Thailand holds a general election on July 3 that might be a step on the road to stability after five years of political turbulence. But it could just as easily prolong the crisis, especially if there is no clear-cut winner. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
Thailand's new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of the Puea Thai Party
Puea Thai Party's Yingluck Shinawatra (C) arrives to attend a news conference on the formation of her coalition in Bangkok July 4, 2011. Yingluck on Monday announced the formation of a five-party coalition led by her Puea Thai Party, a day after her stunning election victory, which will control about 60 percent of parliament. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
Thailand's new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of the Puea Thai Party
Yingluck Shinawatra, husband Anusorn Amornchat (L) and son Supasek Amornchat pose for photographers during her birthday at their residence in Bangkok June 21,2011. Yingluck Shinawatra is the sister of toppled former Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra and the prime ministerial candidate for the country's biggest opposition Puea Thai party. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang





























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