1. Scudetto-Mod  
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    THAILANDIA: IL GENERALE SURAYAD HA ACCETTATO DI ESSERE PREMIER

    BANGKOK - Il generale della riserva Surayad Chulanont, di 63 anni, ex capo di stato maggiore e consigliere del re della Thailandia, ha accettato di diventare primo ministro. Lo ha detto ai giornalisti il generale Sonthi Boonyaratglin, che ha guidato il colpo di stato che il 19 settembre ha rovesciato il premier eletto Thaksin Shinawatra. 'Il generale Surayud ha accettato l'incarico', ha detto il generale Sonthi.

    Sempre oggi il re Bhumibol ha sottoscritto una costituzione ad interim fino a che non sara' redatta una nuova carta fondamentale. La decisione del re, annunciata alla televisione nazionale, e' giunta dopo che i capi del putsch, raggruppati nel Consiglio per la riforma democratica, avevano promesso di consegnare il potere a un governo civile entro il 4 ottobre, scadenza che si erano autoimposti.
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    attualmente e' in conferenza a reti unificate. il paese e bloccato, ma pensano tutti in positivo:) :approved:


    BREAKING NEWS
    THAILAND GETS 24TH PRIME MINISTER

    (dpa) - General Surayud Chulanont, a respected retired army officer who has served as a privy councillor, was appointed Thailand's new Prime Minister Sunday.

    King Bhumibol Adulyadej approved his nomination making it official, the government said.

    Surayud is Thailand's 24th prime minister since the kingdom became a constitutional monarchy in 1932. But perhaps more important he is the first since 1992 who did not win the position in an election.

    Still, he is widely respected by civilian leaders and within the military as honest and not corrupt.

    Surayud's appointment comes 13 days after the September 19 coup d'etat that toppled Prime Minister Thakson Shinawater after five-and-a-half years in power.

    General Winai Phattiyakul, secretary general of what is now called the Council for National Security (CNS), the third name for military officers who led the bloodless coup, promised the CNS will step aside and let civilians run the country.

    But the CNS under article 14 of the new interim charter is allowed to fire the prime minister without resorting to violence, and will continue to be responsible for considering urgent matters.

    The military council said a new general election will be held in late 2007, but that it will only come when a new constitution is in place.

    Under the interim 39-article charter a national assembly representing all social sectors will select a constitution-drafting assembly to write a new constitution, the government said. The draft will be put up for public hearing within 45 days after it is completed.

    The interim constitution also provides CNS with an amnesty for having staged the coup d'etat, saying that the military leaders will not be held legally accountable for their past actions in toppling the Thaksin administration.
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