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    Shaking up the social security system

    People who expect benefits from the social security system have marched to the Pathumwan Skywalk intersection to make their case for getting some assistance money during the current crisis.

    They are insured under sections 33, 39 and 40 and are asking for release of 30-50 per cent of their old-age pensions to ease the financial crisis that they are facing.

    The protesters took off their shirts and sat on the ground with signs that said that they were not beggars, and they were only asking for what is theirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    The protesters took off their shirts
    Not the female.

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    Knew someone would check out the pics.

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    Always best to view the source "content" rather than relying on the thread title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    People who expect benefits from the social security system have marched to the Pathumwan Skywalk intersection to make their case for getting some assistance money during the current crisis.
    Do they expect to get similar benefits as they get in (please no names here)?

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    Social security systems are the extended families....more often than not.

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