AnOnYm Inlagd December 1, 2008 Dela Inlagd December 1, 2008 even if the People Power Party is dissolved by the Constitution Court tomorrow, it will continue its rally at the Don Muang and Suvarnabhumi airport sites To prioritise the security of its protesters, The People's Alliance for Democracy has decided to close the Government House rally site at night and ask all of its members to spend the night at the rally sites at Suvarnabhumi Airport or Don Muang Airport. It has promised to return Government House to the authorities within three to four days and says it will continue its rally even if the People Power Party is dissolved. Today at noon, People's Alliance for Democracy or PAD core leader Chamlong Srimuang announced the decision to close the Government House rally site at night and to have all protesters who are spending the night relocate themselves and their belongings to either the Suvarnabhumi or Don Muang Airports. Speeches and activities at Government House will still continue, but protesters will no longer be allowed to spend the night there. Buses and vehicles are being provided for the protesters at the Royal Turf Club to move to the other two PAD rally sites. Dhamma Army coordinator Samdin Lertbutr said the focus would be for protesters to move to Suvarnabhumi Airport as the Government House rally site is no longer deemed safe following night after night of violent attacks and explosions. The PAD has promised to return Government House to the authorities in three to four days. It added that even if the People Power Party is dissolved by the Constitution Court tomorrow, it will continue its rally at the Don Muang and Suvarnabhumi airport sites. The PAD also apologized to the media for any threats or intimidation against it. This morning, Don Muang Police Station Commander Colonel Narongrit Promsawad led officials to inspect the entrance ramp to the passenger terminal of Don Muang Airport, where gunshots were heard late last night. The police collected bullet shells to examine further, but initially said that they were probably fired from a hand gun. Last night saw the first round of joint patrols between the police and the PAD volunteer guards. Colonel Narongrit said it went well and the police and PAD volunteer guards divided up the areas to be patrolled. However, security will still have to be stepped up to prevent further violence. The PAD rally at Don Muang has so far been fairly uneventful with staged speeches interspersed by music. Protesters are readying themselves for possible mobile rallies to other areas after yesterday's rallies moved to the residence of Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat and Interior Minister Kowit Watana. Nån som kan förklara Thailogik ? ไม่ระบุชื่อ Link to comment Dela på andra sajter More sharing options...
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