Protesters occupy Bangkok’s Lat Prao intersection to demand governmental reforms on November 27, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa Protesters occupy Bangkok’s Lat Prao intersection to demand governmental reforms on November 27, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
Protesters occupy Bangkok’s Lat Prao intersection to demand governmental reforms on November 27, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
Thailand

Thai protests fade from streets but come alive on Clubhouse, Twitter apps

  • Discussing the value of the once-revered monarchy is no longer taboo in the ‘national DNA’ thanks to the youth-led the pro-democracy movement, observers say
  • But even as Thais feel more emboldened to speak out, they face the challenge of overcoming the entrenched divisions within society to achieve political reforms

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Protesters occupy Bangkok’s Lat Prao intersection to demand governmental reforms on November 27, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa Protesters occupy Bangkok’s Lat Prao intersection to demand governmental reforms on November 27, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
Protesters occupy Bangkok’s Lat Prao intersection to demand governmental reforms on November 27, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
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