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Pattaya Daily News

01 May 2010 :: 10:05:05 am 19425

Multi-Colours Parade Thaksin Coffin Around Chon-Buri

Following the rumour of Thaksin Shinawatra’s death, which has now been found incorrect, the pro-government multi-colour shirt protesters in Chon-Buri city, near Pattaya, paraded a coffin adorned with the former prime ministers image around the streets of the city in celebration.
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Chon-Buri, the 30th of April 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: On Friday night, hundreds of the newly former multi-coloured protest group proceeded to parade a signatory coffin around Chon-Buri city, emblazoned with images of the exiled former leader Thaksin Shinawatra. Thaksin was deposed in a military coup in 2006, following mass protests and violent demonstrations by the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD), commonly known as the Yellow Shirts. Thaksin has now been exiled from the Kingdom and had Bt46 billion seized from his assets by the Thai government in 2010.

The pro-government protesters had been parading the symbolic coffin around the city in defiance of the current Red Shirt movement, which is attempting to gain a parliamentary dissolution by staging protests on the streets of Bangkok. Thaksin is idolised by the Red Shirts and is an avid supporter of their cause. The multi-colours also protested their support for the current Abhisit Vejjajiva led government, asking for them to bring an end to the ‘illegal’ protests that are congesting the streets of Bangkok.

Having marched the coffin around Chon-Buri for over 5 kilometers, the multi-colours set it down in front of the City Hall before lighting candles and glow sticks to listening to speeches made by key leaders in the newly formed group. The multi-colours continue to protest that the Red Shirts have broken the law with their protracted protests in Bangkok, pleading with the government to put a stop to the demonstrations, which is doing immeasurable harm to the Thai economy and tourism industry.

Calls for government and security forces to apprehend the offenders seen shooting grenades in two separate incidents on the 10th and 22nd of April have been voiced by the multi-colours. Some sections of last nights rally stated that the ‘terrorists’ were Red-sympathetic and disgruntled ex-army or police officers in disguise, also protesting that there was an anti-monarchist sentiment spreading amongst the current protests in Bangkok.

At the conclusion of the protests in Chon-Buri, the multi-colours took donations from the gathered supporters which were collected and are expected to be donated to the families of those that were injured or killed in the April 22nd attacks on multi-coloured protesters in Bangkok.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Politics News

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