Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban Friday night announced from the Rajdamnoen rally stage that he intended to increase the intensity of the protest against the government and added that he now intended to overthrow the Thaksin regime.
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra Friday abruptly changed her meeting venue from the Industry Ministry to the Government House apparently out of fear of an ambush by whistle-blowing protesters.
Opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva has voiced his concern about the future of the controversial amnesty bill and the unjust treatment of anti-government protesters by the police.
Deputy Premier Plodprasob Surasawadee has started carrying a whistle to retaliate against anybody who chooses to blow a whistle at him.
Protesters led by the Students and People Network for Thailand's Reform yesterday marched from Makkawan Bridge to Silom Road and then to Royal Thai Police Headquarters.
In Nakhon Si Thammarat, some 80 private schools will shut down today as part of the civil disobedience measures to oppose the amnesty bill.
The number of people watching the anti-government Blue Sky TV channel has risen significantly over the past two weeks because mainstream mass media has not been giving much prominence to the anti-amnesty bill demonstrations, the channel's...
Democrats say they will focus on the PM and Thaksin in no-confidence debate late this month
FEW TAKERS FOR MASS STRIKE CALL; DWINDLING NUMBERS AT DEMOCRACY MONUMENT RALLY
Education Minister Chaturon Chaisang said on Tuesday that Democrat MP Suthep Thaugsuban's call for three-day strike would not affect schools or universities. He said that though the Council of University Presidents of Thailand (CUPT) had...