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PM warns coal-fired power plant protesters not to protest in Bangkok

Opponents of the coal-fired power plant project in Krabi province were told by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha to not come to Bangkok to hold a protest, but to wait for a decision from the Energy Ministry about the project on Friday.

The prime minister, said an informed source, didn’t want the protesters to hold a protest in Bangkok because they would risk defying the law if they do not obtain a permit from authorities concerned in advance.

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