According to the German newspaper Bild, the King of Thailand Maha Vajiralongkorn, known as the Playboy, was discharged from hospital in the Thai capital early on Wednesday morning after receiving treatment.
Queen Sultida of Thailand and Princess Sinina have indeed appeared every day during these ten days. As for the King of Thailand, I didn’t see him for a few days this week. It was the King of Thailand who was lazy again. After all, the image of the King of Thailand was just for pleasure.
This newspaper reported many stories about the King of Thailand. This is because the King of Thailand spent most of his time in Germany during the new crown. The newspaper said that after the royal entourage returned to Thailand, a guard at Vajiralongkorn recently contracted the coronavirus.
However, the reason for the King’s hospitalization was not disclosed, and medical staffs were reportedly told to remain silent.
Vajiralongkorn, 68, recently returned to Thailand to commemorate the four years after the death of his widely respected father, King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
However, when the bodyguard allegedly tested positive, none of the king’s entourage was isolated. This includes the king’s wife, Queen Surtida, and his son.
Thai king was secretly admitted to hospital
The rare return of the King of Thailand from Germany to Thailand coincides with anti-government protests and clashes between royalists and pro-democracy activists in Bangkok.
Some Thai protesters complained about the king’s cost of staying in Europe and his absence in Thailand. The protesters also hope to reduce the power granted to the king by the Thai constitution. The Constitution clearly stipulates that the king can exercise power when he is not in Thailand without appointing a regent. Their request also included the removal of his direct control of royal property worth tens of billions of dollars.
Although the German media often reported the king’s itinerary in Germany, the Thai media did not report the details of his life there. Thailand has the most stringent royal defamation law in the world to protect the king’s reputation.
On the 23rd, Vajiralongkorn attended the 4th anniversary of the deceased King Po My Phong and walked easily out of Bangkok’s Grand Palace (พระบรมมหาราชวัง) with Sudida. He seemed to be unaffected by the recent wave of the student movement against the royal family and accepted the same. The royalists dressed in symbolic yellow robes gave a warm welcome.
Since the 14th on the streets of Bangkok, there have been demonstrations every day chanting demands for reform, and fierce confrontations with the police. The wave of student movement has gradually spread from college students to all age groups, arousing domestic opposition to the royal family and Prime Minister Prayud ( Prayuth Chan-ocha) controversy.
The people’s dissatisfaction with the Thai king also came from when the people were suffering from the crown disease in Thailand. But he had fun with the 20 concubines in the German hotel. Moreover, criticized “What is the use of a Thai king living in Germany?” “. Vajiralongkorn, who had just returned home, only called on TV, “Thailand needs people who love the country and the monarchy.”
Thailand has one of the most stringent “Defamation Laws” in the world to protect the sacred reputation of the Thai royal family. It has the right to impose a sentence of up to 15 years in prison for criticizing the royal family.
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