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Pattaya Daily News

05 April 2009 :: 20:04:53 pm 27862

Anti-Government Protesters Threaten to Disrupt Asean Summit With ‘Plus‘ Countries in Pattaya

BANGKOK, April 5 -- Anti-government protesters Sunday threatened to sabotage this week's Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit with the six extra-regional plus countries, the Plus Three and Plus Six nations, if the government blocks the reception of their community radio stations.
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Natthawut Saikuea, a leader of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD), told a press conference that the government of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has tried to prevent UDD supporters upcountry from joining their colleagues who are now rallying at Government House in Bangkok.

The UDD demonstrators plan a massive rally to bring down the coalition government this Wednesday.

Mr. Natthawut charged that officials had earlier disrupted signals of a taxi drivers community radio station but the problem has now been fixed.

He said Prime Minister’s Office Minister Satit Wonghnongtaey who supervises state- related media to assure that no signal disruptions would recur, otherwise the ASEAN summit would not take place smoothly.

The gathered ASEAN leaders will confer with the six nations from — China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand — between April 10-12.

Mr. Abhisit, however, told journalists in Chiang Mai that if the “Red Shirt” UDD demonstrators plan to rally in Pattaya during the ASEAN summit, they could do so as the authorities will prepare venues so that the summit itself will not be disrupted.

The Cabinet, will hold its weekly meeting this Tuesday in Pattaya see the ASEAN meeting venue arrangement, said Mr. Abhisit. (TNA)

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Politics News

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