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Protest leaders demand caretaker govt to resign

Satit Wongnongtaey and Tavorn Senieum, protest leaders at Democracy Monument, demanded the caretaker government to resign following House dissolution.

Satit told protesters that House dissolution was a first victory but was not enough for achieving real democracy and the protests would continue.

He said the People's Democratic Reform Committee wanted the people's council to be formed and the caretaker Cabinet to resign.

Tavorn told Thai PBS that the protesters wanted the caretaker government to resign.

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