The three-finger protest gesture is flashed by a demonstrator holding a yellow duck, which has become a good-humoured symbol of resistance during anti-government rallies in Thailand. Photo: AP The three-finger protest gesture is flashed by a demonstrator holding a yellow duck, which has become a good-humoured symbol of resistance during anti-government rallies in Thailand. Photo: AP
The three-finger protest gesture is flashed by a demonstrator holding a yellow duck, which has become a good-humoured symbol of resistance during anti-government rallies in Thailand. Photo: AP
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Thailand protests: pro-democracy movement hits pause on demonstrations, but for how long?

  • Rallies have evaporated from Bangkok’s streets, leaving commentators to ask whether the change is an indicator of smart tactics or a loss of cohesion
  • There are also divisions inside the coalition of student, labour, LGBTQ and youth groups over the direction ahead – but the momentum continues online

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The three-finger protest gesture is flashed by a demonstrator holding a yellow duck, which has become a good-humoured symbol of resistance during anti-government rallies in Thailand. Photo: AP The three-finger protest gesture is flashed by a demonstrator holding a yellow duck, which has become a good-humoured symbol of resistance during anti-government rallies in Thailand. Photo: AP
The three-finger protest gesture is flashed by a demonstrator holding a yellow duck, which has become a good-humoured symbol of resistance during anti-government rallies in Thailand. Photo: AP
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