Thousands have been staging demonstrations throughout Thailand for 4 consecutive days demanding the removing of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha and monarchy reforms.
Pro-democracy demonstrators holding posters of arrested protest leaders in Bangkok on October 18 (Photo Credits: AP)
Thousands of protestors staged an illustration in Thailand on Sunday, defying the Thai authorities’s ban on gatherings for a fourth consecutive day. Apart from the discharge of protest leaders detained by police, demonstrators demanded the removing of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha and reforms to Thailand’s monarchy.
Demonstrators who gathered on the Victory Monument in Bangkok on Sunday have been seen holding placards with the faces of protest leaders who have been taken into custody by Thai Police. These embrace three outstanding names which have publicly referred to as for reforms to Thailand’s monarchy, particularly human rights lawyer Anon Numpa, Parit ‘Penguin’ Chiwarak, and Panusaya Sithijirawattanakul.
Massive protests broke out throughout Thailand after what’s being perceived as the federal government’s high-handed method to coping with demonstrators.
An unknown variety of protestors have been arrested since Tuesday after demonstrators surrounded a royal motorcade and flashed “democracy salutes” at Queen Suthida. Reports recommend that two activists have been charged beneath a regulation banning “violence against the queen” and might face life in jail if convicted.
The use of water cannons to disperse unarmed anti-government protestors has additional dented the Thai authorities’s picture.
In a press release, Thai Prime Minister Prayut stated, “Protestors must exercise their rights under the law”. His spokesperson went on to say that the federal government is able to take heed to all individuals. News company AFP quoted the spokesperson as saying, including that the federal government worries about parts who intend to “create violence”.
The protest motion began in July of this yr with contributors, largely kids, demanding the removing of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha. A former navy chief, he was appointed to the highest job in 2014.
Demonstrators are additionally in search of the removing of a draconian royal defamation regulation, which shields King Maha Vajiralongkorn from criticism. They have additionally demanded that the monarchy keep out of Thai politics.