Protests 2020

Thailand’s anti-establishment movement calls for immediate release of their leaders

Panasaya “Rung” Sithijirawattanakul, along with members of the United Front of Thammasat and Demonstration group, read out a statement in front of Bangkok Remand Prison this morning, to demand the…

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Many injured and one dies of heart attack during violent protest in Bangkok Sunday night

Ninety police were injured and one died of a heart attack in clashes between anti-riot police and Free Youth protesters, known as the “Redem” (Restart Democracy), near an army unit…

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33 injured in clashes between police, anti-government protesters

A least 33 people, including 23 policemen and 10 anti-government protesters, were injured  in clashes in front of the 1st Infantry Regiment barracks on Vibhavadi Rangsit Sunday night,  according to Erawan…

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Ratsadon guard who allegedly faked abduction detained in military prison

A young member of the “Ratsadon guard”, who were a team of people initially providing security at anti-establishment rallies and who allegedly falsely claimed that he had been abducted by…

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Ratsadon guard wanted by police for allegedly false claim of abduction

A security guard for the anti-establishment Ratsadon group, who claimed to have been abducted by men he believed to be state officials, is wanted by police in Samut Prakan province…

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Two arrested at Bangkok’s Victory Monument for trying to display an anti-lèse-majesté law banner

Two anti-establishment protesters were arrested by Thai police, on Saturday afternoon, after they and their colleagues defied police orders to disperse and to refrain from putting up a banner calling…

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“WeVo” protest guard chief Toto and 11 others in police custody after Sanam Luang incident

Twelve “We Volunteer”, or WeVo guards, including their leader, Piyarath ”Toto” Chongthep, were taken into custody by police today for attempting to hold a public rally at Sanam Luang, under…

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Siam Paragon asks activist groups not to use its grounds for political activities

Siam Paragon, one of Bangkok’s largest shopping malls, has asked all political activist groups to refrain from using the mall’s property for political activities, adding that the buildings and the…

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on October 14, 2020, Chonticha “Lookkate” Jangrew (C) talks to fellow pro-democracy protesters during an anti-government rally in Bangkok. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

Women on the frontlines of Thailand’s democracy movement

Denouncing sexual violence, demanding abortion reform and destigmatising sex work –- once-taboo issues are finding public expression in Thailand as women take up leadership roles in a youth-led pro-democracy movement….

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Parit “Penguin” Chirawak

“Penguin” disavows Thai Free Youth group’s advocacy of communism

Protest leader Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak has distanced himself from the Free Youth group, insisting that their recent advocacy of republicanism and communism does not reflect the Ratsadon group’s political ideology….

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Royalists send letter to UN expressing support for Thailand’s lèse majesté law

The Palang Pracharat MP for Ratchaburi province, Pareena Kraikupt, led a group of royalists to the United Nations ESCAP head office in Bangkok on Friday, to submit a letter expressing…

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Protest leader disbands all Ratsadon group’s volunteer guard units

Anti-establishment movement leader Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak has announced the suspension of all volunteer guards of the Ratsadon group, because they will be forming a new team of trained and professional…

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Royal intervention again floated as a way out of political crisis

Royalist politician Warong Dechgitvigrom has called for the “temporary return” of absolute power to His Majesty the King in order to “design a new system of politics”.  This renewed call…

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Ratsadon group to discuss on lèse majesté law tomorrow at October 14 Memorial

The Ratsadon group will hold an exhibition and public discussions on the lèse majesté law, or Section 112 of Thailand’s Criminal Code, at the October 14 Memorial at Kok Wua…

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In this picture, from left to right, Bannawit Jedsawang, Anuwat Lawkham and Juthamas Napanung

Being young and royalist in the midst of political conflicts

In recent weeks, the public appearances of Their Majesties King Maha Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida have been more than just a part of the royal functions.  They have become a…

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Ratsadon protesters rally at the statue of King Taksin the Great to pay homage

A group of Ratsadon protesters rallied in front of the statue of King Taksin the Great in Thon Buri this evening, to pay respects to the late king, who lived…

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Thailand’s opposition parties and anti-establishment protest leaders denounce charter court’s ruling

The Ratsadon group (formerly Khana Ratsadon) built a mock-up of the Constitutional Court at Lat Phrao intersection, to ridicule the court’s acquittal of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha today. The court…

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Thai students defy school dress code on the first day of the second semester

Students at several schools in Bangkok have purposely not worn the specified school uniforms today, the first day of the second semester, in a collective show of civil disobedience. The…

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Four prominent Thai protest leaders face lèse majesté charges

Four prominent protest leaders of the Ratsadon group reported to Chanasongkhram police station in Bangkok today (Monday), to acknowledge lèse majesté charges related to protests at Sanam Luang on September…

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Protesters claim symbolic win for “taking back” the 11th Infantry Regiment from the Monarchy

Anti-establishment protest leader Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak claimed a symbolic victory for the people, saying they had taken back the 11th Infantry Regiment of the Royal Guards from the Monarchy and…

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Protesters march to the 11th Infantry Regiment’s barracks to rally until 10pm

Police warned protesters not to breach the barrier or break the law, as Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak led a large group of protesters on a march from the Wat Phra Sri…

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How Twitter became a platform for political activism in Thailand?

#WhatsHappeninginThailand #ม็อบ25พฤศจิกา #18พฤศจิกาไปราษฏร์ประสงค์ Dates of the anti-government rallies and their locations are some of the many hashtags with which Twitter users in Thailand have become familiar over the past few months….

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Protesters move protest venue to army barracks in Bangkhen district

Anti-establishment protesters have decided to relocate this afternoon’s rally, from the First Infantry Battalion of the Royal Guards, on Vibhavadi Rangsit highway, to the 11th Infantry Regiment of the Royal…

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Protesters rally at Bang Na intersection and government complex in Nonthaburi

Anti-establishment Ratsadon protesters held two separate rallies in Bangkok and neighboring Nonthaburi today. In Nonthaburi province, hawkers arrived in front of the government complex as early as 2pm, to reserve…

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Protesters hold “anti-coup rehearsal” rally at Lat Phrao intersection

Thousands of anti-government protesters this evening occupied the busy Lat Phrao intersection for what they described as an “anti-coup rehearsal” to highlight their opposition to possible military intervention. The protest…

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12 key protesters acknowledge charges of defying the state of emergency

Twelve core members and supporters of the Ratsadon group reported to Phya Thai police station today, to acknowledge charges of violating the state of emergency law with their protest march…

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Army officials join volunteers to remove graffiti from walls and road surfaces

Volunteer will join officials from the Army Science Department to remove graffiti, daubed on walls of public and private property, by anti-establishment protesters. Army deputy spokesperson, Colonel Sirichan Ngathong, said…

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Police to issue arrest warrant for former vocational student over protest shooting

Police are set to issue an arrest warrant for a security guard of the Ratsadon group, who is suspected of shooting another guard after the end of the protest, in…

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Police claim shooting at protest result of conflict among Ratsadon guards

Police have blamed rival vocational college students, who act as security guards for the Ratsadon group, for the shooting at the Siam Commercial Bank head office after the protest late…

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Injured security guard out of danger after bullet removed from his abdomen

A security guard, for the anti-establishment Ratsadon group, who was shot by an unidentified gunman during the protest at the Siam Commercial Bank head office late Wednesday night, is now…

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Yellow ducks steal the show at Khana Ratsadon’s protest at SCB head office

Inflatable yellow ducks, and a variety of yellow duck souvenirs, appear to have stolen the show at the Khana Ratsadon group’s protest venue, outside the Siam Commercial Bank’s head office,…

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Protesters end rally at SCB after fierce assault on monarchy

Anti-government protesters have ended their rally in front of the headquarters of the Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) on Ratchayothin Road after an outpouring of vitriol against the monarchy that centred…

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Protesters step up attack on monarchy at SCB rally

Thousands of protesters are rallying in front of the headquarters of the Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) on Ratchayothin Road to demand changes in the law governing the assets of the…

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12 leaders of Khana Ratsadon group to face lèse majesté charges

Police have issued summonses for 12 core members of the Khana Ratsadon anti-establishment group, to acknowledge charges of lèse majesté, among others, for their leading roles in protests demanding sweeping…

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Bangkok protest location changed from Crown Property Bureau to SCB HQ

Last evening, the leaders of protest groups United Front for Thammasat and Demonstration and Free Youth Movement announced a location change for today’s 3pm protest, from the Crown Property Bureau…

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Monday’s helicopter activity related to Royal motorcade security – Army Chief

The increased helicopter activity, heard over several areas of Bangkok on Monday night, was part of security arrangements for the motorcade of Their Majesties the King and Queen, said Army…

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Minister Thavorn urges Thai police to get tough with Progressive Movement leaders

Deputy Transport Minister Thavorn Senneam is urging the police and security officials to take legal action against Progressive Movement leaders Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit and Dr. Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, accusing both of them…

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Police brace for mass protest at Crown Property Bureau tomorrow

Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan has repeated his warning to anti-establishment protesters not to venture within 150 metres of the office of the Crown Property Bureau, which is regarded…

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Why Crown Property Bureau in protesters’ crosshairs?

Though anti-government protesters have shifted their rally site to the headquarters of the Siam Commercial Bank (SCB)  today, their real target is still the Crown Property Bureau. The bureau is…

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Injured protesters lodge complaints over police use of chemical-laced water

Four injured protesters lodged a complaint at Bang Po police station today, accusing the authorities of using harmful chemicals, mixed into the water sprayed at them from water cannons, during…

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Thai PM dismisses coup rumour as a ploy by protesters to mobilize support

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has dismissed rumours of a coup as a ploy, allegedly being spread by core members of the anti-establishment protesters, to mobilize support for their planned rally…

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Anti-establishment protesters rally on Aksa Road in Thon Buri

Anti-establishment protesters, led by the Ratsadon group and Salaya Student groups, are gathering this evening on Aksa Road in Bangkok. Pol Maj-Gen Piya Tavichai, deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police…

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Young protesters gather around Siam Square BTS station in Bangkok

On Saturday, protesters from Bad Student, Mob Fest and other groups staged a rally in front of Siam Square shopping mall,under the BTS station, after having moved from Ratchaprasong intersection…

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Thai PM reaffirms need to enforce every law strictly to deal with protesters

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha today reiterated the need for authorities to enforce every law strictly, to deal with anti-establishment protesters who break the law and especially those who offend the…

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Police to discuss breaches of the lèse majesté law tomorrow

Police and relevant agencies will tomorrow meet to discuss conduct and activities of anti-establishment protesters which could be construed as violation of the lèse majesté law. Pol Maj-Gen Piya Tavichai,…

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Thai police ready to use lèse majesté law against protesters who offend the Monarchy

Police are ready to invoke the lèse majesté law against any protesters who offend or insult the Monarchy and to ask the courts to withdraw bail already granted to protest…

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Thai royalists urge police to invoke lèse majesté law against protesters who offend the Monarchy

Royalists have stepped up calls for the police to invoke the lèse majesté law, or Section 112 of the Criminal Code, against anti-establishment protesters who offend the Monarchy, following an…

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Thai PM to get tough with protesters who break the law

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has decided to get tough with anti-establishment protesters, by invoking and strictly enforcing every existing law and every section of the law, to deal with law-breaking…

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Police to charge those responsible for damage to police property during protests

Police are to take legal action against those among the anti-establishment protesters who vandalized police property during the protest in front of the Royal Thai Police headquarters Wednesday night. Pol…

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PM says special law not needed to deal with protests, just strict law enforcement

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today that there is no need for a special law, to deal with the ongoing protests, which, he admitted, have impacted the country’s stability…

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Human rights watchdog urges those in political conflict to exercise restraint

Thailand’s National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) is pleading with all parties in the current political conflict to refrain from resorting to violence. In a statement issued today, in response to…

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34 injured in parliament rally, protesters to return to Ratchaprasong Wednesday

At least 34 people were injured in scuffles with police during a rally in front of the parliament Tuesday while protesters vowed to return for another major demonstration at Ratchaprasong…

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Protesters to return to Ratchaprasong for major rally Wednesday

Anti-government protesters vowed to return for another major rally at Ratchaprasongintersection in the heart of Bangkok on Wednesday evening to await the result of the Parliament’s vote on the constitutional…

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Royalist group converges near parliament to submit letter of protest

A royalist group, led by Dr. Warong Dejgivigrom, began gathering in front of Thailand’s parliament at about 9am this morning, planning to submit a letter of protest, against any changes…

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Female protesters chanting and dancing to “Sida Lui Faai” during the anti-government protests.

Sida Lui Faai – Thai feminists move against oppression

รัฐที่เพิกเฉยต่อเสียงของเรา ก็คือรัฐที่ข่มขืนเรา “The state that is ignoring our voices, is the state that is raping us!” Part of the lyrics of their feminist anthem, Sida Lui Faai (สีดาลุยไฟ), chanted by a…

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Assault and other charges could be filed against core members after Saturday’s protests

Police are gathering evidence to substantiate charges, including assault charges, against core members of protest groups “Mob Fest” and “Bad Students”, who staged a protest at the Democracy Monument on…

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Protesters wrap Democracy Monument with cloth banner

Anti-government protesters on Saturday rallied at the Democracy Monument which they later wrapped with a huge cloth banner carrying messages denouncing the Prayut government. The wrapping of the monument capped…

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Protest groups converge on Democracy Monument

Three protest groups have converged at the Democracy Monument, as the metropolitan police warn them to confine themselves to this main protest site, and not march to elsewhere.   The…

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Anti-government protesters march from the Democracy Monument toward the Government House. October 14, 2020. Bangkok

Police brace for three protest groups in Bangkok this afternoon

About 5,000 police are being deployed at and around the Democracy Monument where protesters plan to hold anti-government rallies this afternoon, as motorists are advised to avoid Rajdamnoen Avenue and…

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Anti-government protesters hold up three-finger salutes at a rally by the Democracy Monument in Bangkok on August 16, 2020. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP)

The schoolchildren at the heart of Thailand’s battle for reform

When Mob Fest kicks off at 2pm today(November 14), many of those participating will be school kids who refuse to shy away from hot political and social issues. Despite their tender…

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Thai Muslims vow to protect the Nation, the Religion and the Monarchy

Thai Muslims gathered in Bangkok yesterday to proclaim their allegiance to the Nation, the Religion and the Monarchy, which form the foundation of Thai society. The Central Islamic Council of…

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Mailboxes created by the pro-democracy protesters for people to post letters are displayed during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok on November 8, 2020 / AFP

Another storm brewing in Thailand as royalists riled by protesters’ ‘insolent’ letters to the King

In their boldest move so far, young anti-establishment protesters symbolically mailed letters to HM the King on Sunday night, calling for reform of the revered institution. Royalists branded the letters as…

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Water cannons used against Thailand’s anti-establishment protesters tonight

The police have used water cannons against the protesters, after they tried to march on the Bureau of the Royal Household to submit letters, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister…

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Police set up road block prevent protesters marching to the Royal Plaza today

Police have used busses, razor wire and barriers at Makkawan Rangsan Bridge, on Rajdamnoen Nai Road, to prevent anti-establishment protesters from marching to the Royal Plaza this afternoon. Meanwhile, police…

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BMTA labour union opposes police use of buses to block protesters

The labour union of the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA), the city bus operator, has objected to the Metropolitan Police Bureau’s request for 55 buses to be used tomorrow during…

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Inthira and Tosaporn: Meet the young protesters’ celebrity ‘godparents’

Amid escalating anti-government protests, famous figures are enjoying fresh popularity for their kind acts towards youngsters taking to the streets.   Neither actress-singer Inthira “Sine” Charoenpura, whose song “Sailom Tee…

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President of Thai Parliament wants to bring people together, but not to quarrel

Thailand’s Parliament President Chuan Leekpai has said that he intends to bring people from all sectors of the Thai society together, including anti-establishment protesters, for constructive discussions, to find long-term…

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Protesters to boycott reconciliation move, demand PM Prayut’s resignation

Anti-government protesters declared this afternoon they will boycott the proposed reconciliation committee being set up to resolve the current political crisis and reiterated their demand for a reform of the…

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Patsaravalee “Mind” Tanakitvibulpon and Haruthai “Au” Muangbunsri

Haruthai and Mind: Two women on two sides of the conflict

When Thailand’s rising political conflict went international outside two embassies last week, two women with opposing viewpoints were leading the way.  Patsaravalee “Mind” Tanakitvibulpon, a 25-year-old student, led several thousand…

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Conspiracy theorists believe ‘invisible foreign hand’ behind Thai protests

Thai students holding anti-establishment protests across the country insist their rallies are organic, coming together naturally following years of political discontent. But suspicions this may not be the case are…

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Their Majesties the King and Queen greeting well-wishers in front of the Grand Palace Sunday night after presiding over a ceremony to change the Emerald Buddha statue’s winter season costume at the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.

HM King says Thailand is “land of compromise”

HM King Vajiralongkorn last night described Thailand as “the land of compromise” as thousands of people chanted “Long live the king” during a public audience in front of the Royal…

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Thai police to ask court to remand Penguin, Rung and Mike on fresh charges

Three of Thailand’s prominent protest leaders are to be taken to the Criminal Court in Bangkok on Monday, with the Thai police seeking to have them held on remand on…

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Thai police to file more charges against protest leaders Penguin, Rung and Mike

Pathumwan district police have notified the lawyer representing three protest leaders, who are currently in-patients at Rama 9 Hospital, that they want to charge them in connection with an illegal…

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Three of Thailand’s anti-establishment protest leaders in hospital to recuperate

Protest leaders, Parit Chivarak and Panasaya Sitthijirawattanakul were escorted by officers, from Prachachuen police station, to hospital for recuperation this morning. The two had refused to be taken to Ayutthaya…

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PM Prayut warns protesters not to disrupt graduation ceremony

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has warned anti-monarchy students not to do anything deemed improper or that could offend Their Majesties the King and Queen as they preside over the second…

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Thai police rebook three of four protest leaders released on bail by the Criminal Court

Three of the four protest leaders released on bail by the Criminal Court today, after it rejected a police request to have them further held on remand, were rebooked by…

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“I hear you” – Prime Minister Prayut

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha insisted today that he has been listening to the voices of anti-government protesters and dismissed talks of a possible military coup. The prime minister was commenting…

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Motorists advised to avoid Lat Phrao ahead of protest at The Mall Bangkapi today

Motorists are warned to avoid Lat Phrao Road, in Bangkok, from 3 to 9pm  today (Friday) because of a protest by ant-establishment demonstrators, expected to be held in front of…

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Protesters rally at three locations in Bangkok on Thursday

Anti-establishment demonstrators rallied at three locations in Bangkok today, to protest against the alleged use of violence, by the Government, to disperse peaceful protesters, the alleged biased reportage of the…

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Prayut will not quit, warns against “foreign interference”

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha last night reaffirmed that he will not step down as demanded by anti-government protesters and opposition MPs and warned his political opponents against “using foreign forces”…

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Experts offer several paths out of political crisis in Thailand 

Political tension in Thailand is nearing boiling point, as the two conflicting sides – the anti-establishment movement and the powers-that-be – show no sign of backing down.   The student-led…

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How Chinese media see conspiracy in Thai protests

There have been a number of conspiracy theories swirling around the ongoing political crisis in Thailand.  The most popular of all is that the whole affair is being orchestrated by…

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Royalist group rallies in front of US Embassy in Bangkok

A small group of Thai royalists rallied in front of the US Embassy on Wireless Road in the Thai capital this morning (Tuesday), to protest against alleged US interference in…

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Protesters end rally at Bangkok’s German Embassy

Thousands of protesters ended their rally in front of the German Embassy on South Sathorn Road after submitting a letter addressed to the German government stressing their call for Prime…

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Criminal Court denies bail to three of Thailand’s key protest leaders

The Criminal Court today dismissed bail applications for three prominent anti-government protest leaders, claiming that there is no reason to change an earlier order to hold them on remand at…

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Thai royalists end rally at German Embassy

Pro-monarchy demonstrators have ended their rally at the German Embassy, after they handed a letter, explaining the political situation in Thailand, to an embassy official. Nitithorn Lumlua, one of the…

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Senator Somchai urges protesters to demand reform of Thai politicians, not Monarchy

Senator Somchai Sawaengkarn has urged anti-government demonstrators to demand sweeping reforms of politicians, instead of sweeping reforms of the Monarchy, claiming that politicians are the main culprits and are responsible…

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House Speaker warns Thai parliamentarians not to touch on the Monarchy during special joint session

The President of Thailand’s Parliament, Chuan Leekpai, opened the extraordinary session of Parliament this morning with a warning to all MPs and senators to refrain from offending the Monarchy and…

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A Thammasat University graduate receives a mock degree at a campaign urging graduates to boycott the commencement ceremony on October 30-31. Photo from @freetupandit Facebook

Students’ push for monarchy reform graduates to new level

Like other new graduates of Chulalongkorn University, probably Thailand’s most prestigious education institution,  Aomtip spent the afternoon happily posing with family and friends during commencement day early this month.  …

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Anti-government protesters gather at Rajprasong commercial area. Octber 15, 2020

Protesters to rally at German Embassy on Monday

Anti-government protesters plan to rally at the German Embassy on South Sathorn Road Monday evening to further put pressure on Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to resign. Protest organizers last night…

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Anti-government demonstrators converge on Ratchaprasong intersection

Anti-government demonstrators have started gathering again at Ratchaprasong intersection, in the heart of Bangkok, in response to a call by unidentified protest coordinators to rally at 4pm, to press for…

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Protesters to return to Rajprasong after PM Prayut ignores resignation deadline

Anti-government protesters have vowed to return to Rajprasong intersection Sunday evening after Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha ignored their demand for him to resign by tonight. The 10-pm deadline set by…

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Amnesty International urges Thai government to drop all charges against protesters

Amnesty International has called on the Government of Thailand to drop all charges against anti-government protesters and to release those held on remand immediately. “The steadily growing protests across Thailand…

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Thailand’s protests set to resume as 10pm deadline for PM to resign approaches

Anti-government protesters have set the deadline for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to quit at 10pm tonight, before escalating their protest. One of the protest leaders, Chatupat Boonpathararaksa, alias Pai Daodin,…

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Protesters demand PM Prayut to quit by 10 pm

Anti-government protesters this morning set a 10-pm deadline tonight for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to step down, or they will escalate their protests. Led by Mr. Chatupat Boonpatthararaksa, alias Pai…

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Young protesters improvise ways to outwit authorities

The past month has seen thousands of mostly young anti-establishment protesters take to the streets in Bangkok. But unlike its predecessors, the latest popular uprising in Thailand belongs firmly to…

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Thai police say only 8 protesters still held on remand, with 70 out on bail

A total of 78 anti-government protesters, including some leaders, have been arrested and charged by Thailand’s police since October 13th, and all but 8 have been released on bail, said…

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Thai protest leader Anont declines bail for fear of being booked again by police

Detained protest leader Anont Nampa has decided not to bail himself out, over concerns that he will be booked by police, and taken back into custody, on charges related to…

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Protesters deploy codewords and sign language to confound authorities

Young Thai protesters have come up with a secret code to communicate with each other while rallying to oust the government and reform the monarchy over the past week. The…

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Protest leader “Mind” unconditionally released by court

Pathumwan District Court ordered the unconditional release of a protest leader this morning. Passarawalee “Mind” Thanakitvibulphol told the media, after her release, that the Court agreed to set her free…

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