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Suthep Thaugsuban: I salute you, my fellow patriots, for joining us in this movement – our ultimate battle against injustice! Thank you and good night!
Suthep (20:41): Red-shirted countrymen, we invite you again to join us. Your voices will be heard and your interests represented faithfully after our reform. We welcome you!
Here’s our route tomorrow.!!! 19.DEC.We hope the “free TV” channels will broadcast our march to victory!
The DSI has called us in for an investigative interview – an attempt to disrupt our work here. I told him: we’re too busy rescuing our nation. We’ll be there after we win.
On 22nd Dec. we start at 1 pm. Join us here at Rajdamnoen. We’ll have screens set up at Urupong, Petchburi, and Victory Monument all the way through Rajthevi, Pathumwan junction, Sam Yan, and Lumpini Park. For our Sukhumvit friends, we”ll have screens set up at Pathumwan junction in front of Siam Paragon, and at Rachprasong Junction in front of Central World. Join us wherever you are! I’ll come see you!
SUTHEB : My brothers and sisters, it’s time to move! Let’s warm-up on the 19th and 20th to gear up for our historic rally on the 22nd. It’s time for you to go, Yingluck! We’re not leaving until you do!
SUNDAY 22 DEC is the day when all will rally to officially oust Yingluck Shinawatra from the prime minister’s post
Foreign diplomats will be invited to observe first-hand the anti-government demonstration at the Democracy Monument tomorrow, a leading protester said today.
Akanat Promphan, spokesman of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), said the group has never contemplated occupying foreign embassies in Bangkok but would rather enhance relationships with them.
He called on the Thai people to wait for a signal from protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban on another round of massive demonstrations to press for a national reform before the general election is held. The snap poll is set for February 2.
Mr Akanat said several countries have better understanding on the PDRC’s principles and its determination to reform Thailand following the group’s clarifications to the foreign media.
Mr Akanat said the Defence Ministry has yet to understand the PDRC’s principles of adhering to the Constitution and democratic system but the group insisted on a national reform before the next general election is held.
If not, the country will remain chaotic and the vicious cycle will return, he said, calling on Permanent Secretary for Defence Nipat Thonglek to show responsibility for tarnishing the military’s reputation and giving a contradictory opinion from the supreme commander who emphasised neutrality.