Thu. Jun 24th, 2021

Pro-democracy protestors in Thailand are threatening to defy a ban on gatherings and stage new demonstrations today. Police are setting up checkpoints in the capital Bangkok to prevent demonstrators from congregating. The government has declared a state of emergency as part of a crackdown on the demonstrators. At least 20 including three protest leaders have been arrested. The protestors are calling for a change to the constitution and an overhaul of the monarchy.


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5 thoughts on “Thailand cracks down on pro-democracy, anti-monarchy protests | DW News”
  1. As a Taiwanese, I get goosebumps to see Thai fight for democracy and freedom, which reminds me of all the movements against CCP/KMT here across Taiwan, Hong Kong and China over the past 30 years. #Milkalliance 🇹🇼🙏😭

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