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Section: General News - A health activist on November 30 slammed Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva for his perceived lack of interest in controlling the spread of HIV and fighting Aids, The Nation reports.
"He has the chance to talk about anything on his weekly TV programme, but during the past year he has not said anything related to HIV/Aids that would urge the public to be aware of the disease and prevent it," Nimitr Tien-Udom, director of the Aids Access Foundation, said in an interview to mark World Aids Day on December 1.
Moreover, the budget that supports non-government groups campaigning against Aids has been cut during the past year.
"Global funds …