Pro-democracy protesters pose for photos next to the paint-splattered sign for the police headquarters during an anti-government rally in Bangkok. Photo: AFP Pro-democracy protesters pose for photos next to the paint-splattered sign for the police headquarters during an anti-government rally in Bangkok. Photo: AFP
Pro-democracy protesters pose for photos next to the paint-splattered sign for the police headquarters during an anti-government rally in Bangkok. Photo: AFP

Thailand protests: PM vows tougher response, activists plan to expand demands

  • Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said the ‘situation is not improving’, after thousands marched in Bangkok and threw paint at the police headquarters
  • Protest leader Arnon Nampa said they will also take on issues like same-sex marriage and property laws after generating support for their calls for reform

Topic |   Thailand
Pro-democracy protesters pose for photos next to the paint-splattered sign for the police headquarters during an anti-government rally in Bangkok. Photo: AFP Pro-democracy protesters pose for photos next to the paint-splattered sign for the police headquarters during an anti-government rally in Bangkok. Photo: AFP
Pro-democracy protesters pose for photos next to the paint-splattered sign for the police headquarters during an anti-government rally in Bangkok. Photo: AFP
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