Red shirts rally at prison
Around 300 members of the red-shirt United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship held a rally Tuesday at the Lak Si Special Detention Centre, and donated four sets of exercise equipment to the inmates.
UDD leader Thida Thawornset led the group of 300 to make the donation of treadmills, stationary cycles and other exercise equipment.
They also read a statement on their proposal to draft an amnesty decree comprising four articles to release those who have been convicted and those who are accused of crimes in connection to the political conflicts and rallies that took place from January 1, 1997 to December 31, 2001.
The draft has stated that those who have been convicted and sentenced by the highest court or under trial are regarded as innocent and bear no responsibility, excluding authorities who made the decisions or issued orders related to political activities during the period.