Anti-government protesters cover the Democracy Monument with a crimson cloth during a rally in Bangkok on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE Anti-government protesters cover the Democracy Monument with a crimson cloth during a rally in Bangkok on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Anti-government protesters cover the Democracy Monument with a crimson cloth during a rally in Bangkok on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE

Thai protesters scale Bangkok’s Democracy Monument calling for abolition of royal insults law

  • Scores of police in full riot gear faced off with the protesters who are calling for reforms to the unassailable monarchy
  • Momentum for the youth-led movement has slowed in recent months due to a fresh wave of coronavirus cases in Thailand

Topic |   Thailand protests
Anti-government protesters cover the Democracy Monument with a crimson cloth during a rally in Bangkok on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE Anti-government protesters cover the Democracy Monument with a crimson cloth during a rally in Bangkok on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Anti-government protesters cover the Democracy Monument with a crimson cloth during a rally in Bangkok on Saturday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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