Thai anti-government protesters gather front of the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, calling for a new constitution, new elections and an end to repressive laws. Photo: AP Thai anti-government protesters gather front of the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, calling for a new constitution, new elections and an end to repressive laws. Photo: AP
Thai anti-government protesters gather front of the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, calling for a new constitution, new elections and an end to repressive laws. Photo: AP
Thailand

Scuffles as thousands take to Bangkok streets to protest against Thailand’s government

  • The mostly student demonstrators, wearing black inspired by the Hong Kong protests, sang songs denouncing Prayuth Chan-ocha’s administration
  • Thailand is facing an economic shock due to the coronavirus pandemic, and anger is boiling against the government and royalist establishment

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Thai anti-government protesters gather front of the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, calling for a new constitution, new elections and an end to repressive laws. Photo: AP Thai anti-government protesters gather front of the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, calling for a new constitution, new elections and an end to repressive laws. Photo: AP
Thai anti-government protesters gather front of the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, calling for a new constitution, new elections and an end to repressive laws. Photo: AP
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