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Invitation to participate at the
“Thai Election 2011-Special TV Show”
Friday, 24 June, 2011, Time: 2-5 p.m
The Imperial Queen's Park Hotel, 199 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Greetings from Asean Affairs, the “Voice of Southeast Asia” magazine distributed in 35 countries and with our industry leading web site www.aseanaffairs.com rated number 1 on Google for News/SoutheastAsia. We are pleased to inform you that ASEANAFFAIRS together with ASTRO AWANI TV Channel (MALAYSIA), Yunan TV (China) and Spring News TV (Thailand) will be organizing “Thai Election 2011-Special Show” on Friday, 24 June, 2011, Time: 2-5 p.m. at The Imperial Queen's Park Hotel, 199 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

We are pleased to invite you to participate at the Thai Election 2011-Special Show which will be discussing on the following topics:

                     What are the chances for reconciling Thailand after this election?

Political differences in Thailand exist as they do elsewhere around the world. They stem from a multitude of reasons and with each side backed by their own constituencies and supporters, in this case the so-called “Red Shirts” and “Yellow Shirts.” It would be too simplistic though to pigeonhole these groups as both have supporters and detractors who do not fit neatly into the “rich versus poor” or “urban versus rural” divide.

Governments have faced strident and destructive street protests by significant numbers of people opposed to that government. Major parties have called for the results of the election to be respected. What are the chances for that? Does that depend who wins the election or what party can form a government?

Will the firewall protecting Thai businesses from politics continue to hold?

Economics, business

Foreign investors have fled Thailand in the months leading to the election. How can their confidence be restored? In ANY new government, what should be the economic priorities? What are the biggest economic challenges for the new government?

Large handouts have been promised by political parties in the election. A recent poll conducted by Bangkok University showed most economists favoring the economic policies of the Democrat party. Where does that leave Pheu Thai, or are most of those economists Democrats?

Below are the confirmed panelists and the event agenda


Swarup Roy,

Founder & Chairman of AseanAffairs
Moderator/Anchor,

Khun Pichai Naripthaphan
Advisor to Puea Thai Party leader and Member of the Economic Team of Puea Thai Party

Khun Anik Amranand
Representative, Democrat Party

M.L. Nattakorn Devakula
Host, DailyDose, VoiceTV
News Analyst, TNN World News, TrueVisions 7

Professor Kriengsak Chareonwongsak
President, Institute of Future Studies For Development

Mr. Yeap Swee Chuan
President & CEO, AAPICO Hitech Public Co., Ltd and President Malaysia Thai Chamber of Commerce

Khun Voranai Vanijaka
Editor, Bangkok Post Publishing Co.,Ltd.

Mr. Seth Kane
Visiting Research Fellow The Institute of Security and International Studies (ISIS), Chulalongkorn University

Khun Thanarith (Cod) Satrusayang
CEO, Codspeak Productions Ltd.


Live Broadcast:  

SPRING NEWS TV Channel

Satellite - NSS6 95E

Frequency – 11131

Symbol Rate - 27500

Polarisation – ver

KU-Band Satellite or IPM Orange Satellite (Channel 44)

 

http://www.springnewstv.tv/liveiphone   

http://www.springnewstv.tv/liveipad         

 

 

The Event Agenda  

 

1.30-1.45 p.m.  

Panelists Arrival Time, VIP Holding Room, Imperial Club Lounge, Ground floor

Hosted by Mr. Swarup Roy, Founder & Chairman of AseanAffairs

 

All panelists will accompany Mr. Roy to the TV Shooting Room-  

Bangkok Panorama 2, 3rd floor  

by 2.15 p.m., all panelists to be seated on the stage

Panel Discussion (TV shooting) begins at 2.30 p.m.

 

2.30 - 3.30 p.m.  

Moderator/Anchor, Swarup Roy, Founder & Chairman of AseanAffairs

 

Segment 1: Thai Elections, Political Landscape  

What are the chances for reconciling Thailand after this election?  

Political differences in Thailand exist as they do elsewhere around the world. They stem from a multitude of reasons and with each side backed by their own constituencies and supporters, in this case the so-called “Red Shirts” and “Yellow Shirts.” It would be too simplistic though to pigeonhole these groups as both have supporters and detractors who do not fit neatly into the “rich versus poor” or “urban versus rural” divide.

Governments have faced strident and destructive street protests by significant numbers of people opposed to that government. Major parties have called for the results of the election to be respected. What are the chances for that? Does that depend who wins the election or what party can form a government?

 

3.30 - 3.45 p.m. Coffee Break

 

3.45 - 4.45 p.m.  

Moderator/Anchor, Swarup Roy, Founder & Chairman of AseanAffairs             

 

Segment 2: Thailand's Economy  

Will the firewall protecting Thai businesses from politics continue to hold?  

Economics, business  

Foreign investors have fled Thailand in the months leading to the election. How can their confidence be restored? In ANY new government, what should be the economic priorities? What are the biggest economic challenges for the new government?

Large handouts have been promised by political parties in the election. A recent poll conducted by Bangkok University showed most economists favoring the economic policies of the Democrat party. Where does that leave Pheu Thai, or are most of those economists Democrats?

 

Q&A from audience  

 

5.00 p.m.  

End of the program                          

 

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