Move Forward supporters rally to persuade senators to vote for Pita

In scorching summer heat, the “United Front of Thammasat and Demonstration” (UFTD) organised a rally in the hope of applying pressure on senators to vote for Move Forward Party leader…

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Image Courtesy: United Front of Thammasat and Demonstration

Thai anti-establishment activists plan rally on Tuesday to pressure Senate

The “United Front of Thammasat and Demonstration” (UFTD), which is affiliated with the Ratsadon anti-establishment group, is urging members of the public to rally in front of the Thai parliament…

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Thai court orders EM tags removed from five anti-establishment protesters

The Ratchadapisek Criminal Court in Bangkok agreed to the request of five anti-establishment protesters yesterday (Wednesday), to have electronic monitoring (EM) tags removed. The protesters, who are currently out on…

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Ratsadon leaders acquitted over protest at Democracy Monument in 2020

The Dusit District Court in Bangkok acquitted six anti-establishment Ratsadon protest leaders yesterday (Monday) of defying the Emergency Decree and the law on public assembly, in connection with a protest…

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Sunday’s protest gathering place changed to Bangkok’s Pathumwan intersection

Protest organisers have changed the meeting location for today’s rally to the Pathumwan intersection in Bangkok. Protesters began to gather in front of the Bangkok Arts and Culture centre by…

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File photo Panusaya “Rung” Sithijirawattanakul and Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak

Protest leader ‘Rung’ infected with COVID-19, ‘Penguin’ vows to fight on

22-year-old anti-establishment protest leader Panusaya “Rung” Sithijirawattanakul has contracted COVID-19, according to her social media post today (Wednesday), almost a week after her release on bail. Panusaya revealed this morning…

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Backpedaling protesters need to regroup soon

Most of the times, advices from perceived enemies can be discarded, but not those that come from friends or allies. Over the past few days, much caution has been pouring…

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Four injured by explosion in confrontation between police and protesters in Sam Yan area

Three anti-riot police officers and a reporter were slightly injured this afternoon (Saturday) when a missile, thought to be some type of explosive device, was thrown at a group of…

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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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The movers and shakers behind Thailand’s 2020 protests

After 12 months of tumult and tragedy, 2020 will go down as the “worst year ever” for millions in Thailand. Along with a global contagion that almost shut down the…

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Barbecue dinner in front of parliament planned for tomorrow

The anti-establishment Khana Ratsadon will hold pork barbecue dinner in front of parliament tomorrow, from 4pm to 9.30pm, as fellow protesters lay siege to parliament to pressure legislators approve the…

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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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Police to review the content of letters to the King, before pressing charges

The letters and the four red post boxes from the protest in Bangkok yesterday are in police possession, at the Chanasongkram police station. Deputy Metropolitan Police Bureau commissioner, Police Major…

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Brief commotion at Samranrat police station as a protest leader arrives

A brief commotion occurred in front of the Samranrat police station in Bangkok on Friday morning when a leader of the anti-establishment protesters marched from the October 14th Memorial to…

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