Anti-government protests will not do anything to obstruct the advance voting this Sunday or the February 2 election, rally spokesman Akanat Promphan said Friday.
However they would continue their gatherings and demonstrations to convey their messages of opposing the idea of having election before political reform.
The decision was made after rally leader Suthep Thaugsuban met with core leaders of the seven rally sites last night.
Suthep earlier said the protesters would block the election, today appeared to have softened his stance. This was echoed in the statement by Akanat, who added that the rally supporters would still conduct their activities, as they want to underline that these are being conducted peacefully.