State union workers begin campaign to oust Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra
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The State Enterprises Workers Relations Confederation (SEWRC) today kicked off a street campaign in Bangkok to persuade all state union workers to join the People’s Democratic Reform Council (PDRC).
Led by its leader Komsan Thongsin, hundreds of the state union workers are now gathering at the head-office of the Thai Airways International to rally support from the THAI workers union.
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