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Sunday, November 12, 2017

“The king is dead, long live the king”: the interior Ministry of Thailand has announced “an important message”

The Ministry of internal Affairs of Thailand announced a “very important message”, which should be announced today. Meanwhile, in social networks of inhabitants of the country have already spread the message about the death of her king, the 88-year-old Phumiphon Adulyadet.

photo: kremlin.ru

Bhumibol Adulyadej

Thailandske media “Thai Rath”, according to RIA “Novosti”, said that “very important message” will appear at 19.00 local time (15.00 Moscow time).

The first reports about the illness of the monarch appeared in the Sunday, October 9. On Wednesday, the Bureau of the Royal Palace has released a new Bulletin that the health of the king was called “unstable”.

Against this background, to the hospital, where he was hospitalized head of state, attended by members of his family, and the Great Royal Palace was opened a special pavilion, where everyone can leave comments with the wish of health to the monarch.

The heir of the monarch is his son Maha Vajiralongkorn 1952, married three times and is now divorced again.

We will remind that on the death of the recently deceased President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov, the Republic’s authorities had announced only five days after this was reported by local independent Agency “Fergana”.

Read about the scandalous photos of the heir to the Thai throne.

From the German newspaper Bild. The headline means “Can’t the Thai prince afford a shirt?” pic.twitter.com/yroArXRdzD

— Andrew MacG Marshall (@zenjournalist) 21 Jul 2016


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