People’s Alliance Assembly on Sunday to Resolve Whether to Form Political Party


The People’s Alliance for Democracy will finalize its decision on whether to form its own political party on Monday, a day after the group’s assembly to seek viewpoints from its supporters.

The co-coordinator of the People’s Alliance for Democracy, or PAD, Suriyasai Katasila says the group’s assembly on Sunday at Rangsit University will discuss five issues. The issues are the current political situation, the motives for the planned constitution amendments, the push for political amnesty, so-called people politics and possible founding of the group’s own political party.

Some 3,000 PAD supporters are expected to take part in the assembly. Suriyasai acknowledged that the group’s supporters still have different viewpoints on the formation of a political party. He said the group’s decision will be announced on Monday to mark the first anniversary of the beginning of its 193-day demonstration last year.

He also said the upcoming PAD assembly will help strengthen relationship among its supporters across the country even though the founding of its own political party is not endorsed by everyone.

TAN Network


May 25, The Anniversary of The Historical, Victorious, and Unbeatable 193-Day Rally by PAD, The Birth of a Political Party

The Anniversary of The Unbeatable 193-Day Rally

PAD is holding the first anniversary ceremony for the unbeatable and continuous longest-ever 193-Day outdoor rally at Rangsit University on May 24, 2009 and at Thammasat University (Rangsit Campus) on May 25, 2009.

visit:  for more detail

MV Memorable 193 Days

Lyric and Melody by Saranyu Wongkrajang

click here for : Lyrics and The Translation  (



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