Tags : Multicoloured


Protesters block road preventing MPs access to Parliament

BANGKOK, June 1 – Anti-government groups on Friday rallying outside Parliament to oppose the passage of reconciliation bills to be considered today have blocked a key route preventing lawmakers from entering parliament to start deliberations. The multi-coloured shirt group led by Tul Sitthisomwong blockaded Kan Ruen intersection on Ratchawithee Road which also virtually blocks the […]Read More


Multi-color group protests Japan’s visa issuance for Thaksin

BANGKOK, 19 August 2011 (NNT) – The multi-color-clad Alliance of Patriots has handed a letter of protest to the Japanese Embassy against the possible issuance of entry visa to Japan for former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Supporters of the Alliance of Patriots, led by MD Tul Sitthisomwong, on Thursday gathered in front of the Japanese […]Read More


Multi-color group to take legal action against Yingluck Shinawatra

BANGKOK, 3 June 2011 (NNT) – The multi-color-clad Alliance of Patriots is planning to collect names to seek the Department of Special Investigation (DSI)’s legal actions against Pheu Thai top MP candidate Yingluck Shinawatra on 21 June. Alliance of Patriots Coordinator MD Tul Sittisomwong and his colleagues today traveled to the DSI Headquarters to give […]Read More


Multi-coloureds now plan mass rally next week

While the red-shirted protesters have been bunkering down, the government yesterday came under more heat from other pressure groups, with the multicoloured shirts threatening to stage a mass rally on Friday and the yellow shirts planning their next move tomorrow. Dr Tul Sitthisomwong, a leader of the anti-red-shirt group, said yesterday that the multihued shirts […]Read More


Multi-colour shirts rally against UDD

People supporting the multi-coloured group filled the open ground around the equestrian statue of King Rama V at the Royal Plaza early Friday night in a show of support for the government and a rejection of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) and its demanda for a House dissolution. Organisers of the sua […]Read More


Bangkok Dangerous

Five grenades were fired from M79 launchers at BTS Saladaeng station last night from unknown launch sites, killing one Thai woman and injuring 75 others, including three foreigners. Five grenades were fired from M79 launchers at BTS Saladaeng station and nearby areas last night from unknown launch sites, killing one Thai woman and injuring 75 […]Read More


Anti-Red demonstrators, Red Shirts skirmish in capital

BANGKOK, April 22 (TNA) – Projectiles — rocks and marbles, launched from schoolboy slingshots and homemade rockets –streaked across Bangkok’s Saladaeng intersection as the Thai capital’s Silom Road local business community and the so-called ‘Multi-Coloured Group’ skirmished with anti-government ‘Red Shirt’ activists at Saladaeng intersection outside the Dusit Thani Hotel late Wednesday night. Homemade rockets […]Read More