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National Reconciliation to the Country for 2012

Thailand's new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of the Puea Thai Party

 

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Saturday that she wishes the coming New Year to be the year of smiles and national reconciliation.

In her national address to people on her weekly talk show, Yingluck government meets people, on NBT this morning, the prime minister said she wishes the people happiness.

“People have faced problems of economic slowdown, high prices of consumer goods and flood crisis this year. I hope we all can go through all difficulties over the coming New Year”, she said.

Ms Yingluck said while the government will focus on plans to rapidly boost the economy as promised, it will also try to improve quality of lives of people.

“The government will also go ahead with its effort to bring about national reconciliation to the country. Thai people don’t want to see the problem of social division and political conflict any more.

“I am not a good speaker, but I have put utmost effort in working for the country. I will still put 100 per cent effort to work for the best benefit of people in the coming years.

“I do believe people had voted in support of me to work, not to play political game”, said the prime minister.

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