Category Archives: PAD

The Thai People’s Declaration to the World


We are the people of the Kingdom of Thailand and are citizens who are loyal to our nation, our religion, and our monarchy. We gather here today at Sanam Luang in the capital city of Bangkok and are joined in spirit and in faith by Thai citizens from across the Kingdom.

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PAD Denies Direct Link to Veera Somkwamkid’s Protest in Front of Cambodian Embassy


The People’s Alliance for Democracy has denied being directly behind activist Veera Somkwamkid’s move to organize a protest in front of the Cambodian embassy in Bangkok. Veera had threatened to protest in front of the Cambodian embassy in Bangkok to pressure the Cambodian authorities to remove its troops from the 4.6 square kilometers area near the Preah Vihear Temple.

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PAD rejects Chavalit as mediator


The fence-mending attempt by Pheu Thai Party adviser Chavalit Yongchaiyudh has hit a road block after receiving the cold shoulder from the People’s Alliance for Democracy.

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New Politics Party Urges PM to Counter Hun Sen’s Statement


The New Politics Party has urged the Thai government to make an announcement in response to Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, who said ousted ex-premier and fugitive Thaksin Shinawatra has not received justice from the Thai judicial system.

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PREAH VIHEAR CONFLICT : Yellow shirts to protest at Cambodian Embassy next month


Protesters led by People’s Alliance for Democracy on Saturday threatened to protest and surround the Cambodian Embassy next month unless Cambodia withdrew its troops from area adjacent to Preah Vihear Temple.

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The admirable Red-Yellow Dialogue in Payao


It’s a little story in the local newspaper, Payao Rath, of the northern Payao province but it offers a huge lesson for the whole country.

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Bt300m state sponsorship? Sarocha hits back at Jatuporn


Sarocha Pornudomsak has issued a strongly-worded denial of red-shirted leader Jatuporn Phrompan’s allegation that TAN Network had received some Bt300 million from the Abhisit government.

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