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Thai Red Shirts published a book on coup d’etat

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BANGKOK, 3 February 2011 (NNT)-The UDD or Red Shirt has launched a handbook on anti-coup d’etat with an aim to give their members a crash course on how to respond to the military coup.

Acting Red Shirt Leader Thida Thawornsate has said that Thailand would not be any different than Myanmar if the government was constantly overpowered by the military.

The other Red Shirt leader, Jatuporn Promphan, said the Red Shirt protesters will gather around the Supreme Court on 19 February before moving on foot to Rachaprasong intersection.

Mr. Jatuporn added that the UDD will prolong the mass rally if the government does not respond to their requests as it did to the Yellow Shirt’s.

NNT


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