Category Archives: red-shirted protesters

Red-shirt Leader Warned against Disrupting ASEAN Summit


The deputy prime minister in charge of national security said the bail of a key leader of the anti-government red-shirt group will be revoked and he will be apprehended if he once again incites unrest during the upcoming ASEAN Summit.

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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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RED SHIRTS RALLY : Hooligans ordered to incite unrest : Suthep


Several groups of “hooligans” have received orders to create unrest during the red shirted protest on Saturday in Bangkok, Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban said Saturday.

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Key dates in Thailand’s political crisis


Three years after a military coup toppled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, Thailand’s political crisis continues with protesters regrouping to mark the third anniversary of the ouster of their hero. Here are key recent developments:

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Illegitimate Red-shirts


The insistence to stage a big gathering on September 19 at the Royal Plaza and the subsequent march to the Thewes residence of Privy Council President General Prem Tinsulanonda cause many to question what is the real goal of the Democratic Alliance against Dictatorship.

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Police to enforce ISA at red-shirt rally, as troops stand by


Police step up security in Bangkok ahead of coup anniversary

The Cabinet yesterday resolved to impose the Internal Security Act between Friday and next Tuesday in Dusit district to cope with a rally by the red shirts on Saturday, in which tens of thousands were expected to take part.

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