An anti-government protester wearing an elephant costume flashes the pro-democracy movement’s three-finger salute next to a line of anti-riot police officers at the Royal Thai Police Headquarters in Bangkok on Tuesday Photo: EPA-EFE An anti-government protester wearing an elephant costume flashes the pro-democracy movement’s three-finger salute next to a line of anti-riot police officers at the Royal Thai Police Headquarters in Bangkok on Tuesday Photo: EPA-EFE
An anti-government protester wearing an elephant costume flashes the pro-democracy movement’s three-finger salute next to a line of anti-riot police officers at the Royal Thai Police Headquarters in Bangkok on Tuesday Photo: EPA-EFE
Thailand

Thailand protesters swarm streets anew, with police and ‘Elephant Ticket’ the new targets

  • Evidence of a list of police officers fast-tracked through the ranks based on favours and connections has given fuel to the country’s pro-democracy movement
  • Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha called the document ‘an internal matter’ as thousands of protesters blocked a major street outside police headquarters

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An anti-government protester wearing an elephant costume flashes the pro-democracy movement’s three-finger salute next to a line of anti-riot police officers at the Royal Thai Police Headquarters in Bangkok on Tuesday Photo: EPA-EFE An anti-government protester wearing an elephant costume flashes the pro-democracy movement’s three-finger salute next to a line of anti-riot police officers at the Royal Thai Police Headquarters in Bangkok on Tuesday Photo: EPA-EFE
An anti-government protester wearing an elephant costume flashes the pro-democracy movement’s three-finger salute next to a line of anti-riot police officers at the Royal Thai Police Headquarters in Bangkok on Tuesday Photo: EPA-EFE
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