Tag Archives: UDD

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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Reds’ rally postponed: Thaksin in temporary disarray


The Red Shirts’ decision to postpone tomorrow’s rally was certainly not because the government had imposed a security curtain in Dusit area, as claimed by the protest leaders earlier.

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Give us a break!


The mass protest planned this Sunday by the UDD is totally unjustified and unnecessary as it is for the vested interest of just a single individual, exiled former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

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29 permanent-secretary-level officials agianst Thaksin petition


One of the top officials who signed the statement is national police chief Patcharawat Wongsuwan.

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Special Report: Facts about Royal Pardon


The anti-government United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship’s (UDD) campaign for a royal pardon for former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has caused concerns for the Thai Government and the general public. The Government has responded to the UDD’s campaign by proactively informing the public of regulations and procedures of a royal pardon.

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Campaign against pardon petition heats up


The government has warned supporters of the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) that petitioning for a royal pardon for Thaksin Shinawatra will only stir up more divisive emotions in Thai society.

Minister: Pardon petition no legal basis


Justice Minister Piraphan Saleeratwipak holds a press conference over pro-Thaksin groups’ bid to seek royal pardon for ex-PM Thaksin Shinawatra. By laws, only those who already served jail terms can seek royal pardon, he said.

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