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THAILAND THAKSIN
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December 23, 2005
Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Saraburi Province's Baan Ton...
Saraburi, Thailand
File picture of Thai woman spooling cotton in her handicraft shop in Baan Ton Tan village
Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Saraburi Province's Baan Ton Tan village, nearly 100 km (60 miles) north of Bangkok in this December 23, 2005 file picture. Ten months after a record election landslide for his Thai Rak Thai (Thais Love Thais) party, polls in Bangkok are suggesting 40 percent approval ratings for Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who has also been labelled the person with the most "disappointing behaviour" of 2005. But away from the educated classes of the capital chattering away in air-conditioned coffee bars it is a very different story, with surveys showing up to 60 percent of rural voters still giving Thaksin and his government the thumbs up. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
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