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“Have good relationships with a wide range of artists and musicians. President Barack Obama waves as he leaves the White House in Washington. which is an advisory body to the king,m.” she said “My tears started flowing out of me without my realizing” she said recalling the news of Bhumibol’s death “I didn’t even want to hear the announcement” Buddhist funeral ceremonies began at the Grand Palace on Friday after a royal motorcade led by a van carrying Bhumibol’s body and monks drove to the palace from nearby Siriraj Hospital where the king died Thursday aged 88 People sat four to five rows deep on both sides of the road sobbing openly and bowing as the convoy passed Most held portraits of the king in regal yellow robes Some pulled currency notes from their wallets: all bank notes carry the king’s face Many had camped 24 hours since Thursday Bhumibol’s death after 70 years on the throne was a momentous event in Thailand where the monarch has been glorified as an anchor for a fractious society that for decades has been turned on its head by frequent coups Thailand suffered particularly intense political turmoil in the past 10 years that pitted arch-royalists against forces seeking a redistribution of economic and political power But in recent years Bhumibol had suffered from a variety of illnesses and seemed far removed from the upheavals of Thai politics including the 2014 coup that brought Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha an army general to power “His death means that the Thai political system must find an alternative focal point around which to unite the country’s factionalized population” said Tom Pepinsky a Southeast Asia expert at Cornell University He said one challenge that royalists will face is the possibility that the monarchy’s popularity would be undermined by the crowning of Vajiralongkorn who does not command the same respect his father did Another mourner Suchart Warachawanwanich said it was “appropriate” to not immediately accept the crown and let the nation grieve first A one-year mourning period for the government has been declared together with a 30-day moratorium on state and official events But no substantial demands have been made of the private sector The government has only urged people to refrain from organizing entertainment events for a month apparently mindful of the need to ensure that the sputtering economy which relies heavily on tourism does not suffer too much For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News The hotel was a guest house usually used by farm workers, and would review all its operations in that region and at that time. Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, The judge observed the petition was not maintainable before the court. for a rise in violence in Xinjiang in recent years in which hundreds have died. Beijing blames Islamist militants.

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