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Suthep set to paralyse government, protesters heading to TOT and CAT headquarters

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Suthep's procession in Bangkok

Suthep's PDRC occupation in Bangkok. Photo: Facebook.


Plans to seize government house, ministries, key agencies like royal Thai police headquarters, CAT and TOT offices; Yingluck readies ‘war room’, to counter protest with publicity updates.

Suthep Thaugsuban, leader of the Civil Movement for Democracy, declared last night that tomorrow would be the “day of people’s victory” when protesters plan to occupy key ministries, including Government House.

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1 thought on “Suthep set to paralyse government, protesters heading to TOT and CAT headquarters

  1. Democrats? It seems it’s a fascist party. They don’t just occupied several government offices but public universities. Students are unable to access university in order to study!

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