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Tomorrow’s red rally to be peaceful: Jatuporn

Posted by arnon_k On November - 18 - 2010

The red-shirt rally planned for tomorrow will abide by the law and remain within the right to a peaceful assembly as prescribed by the Constitution, Pheu Thai MP and organiser Jatuporn Promphan said on Thursday.
“The red shirts will exercise their constitutional right to a peaceful assembly in order to mark the six-month rememberance of fellow protesters killed, injured and imprisoned,” he said.

Jatuporn was speaking after a meeting at the Metropolitan Police Bureau to coordinate orderly activities for the red shirts.

The tomorrow’s rally is expected to include three main activities the Bangkok Remand Prison where red-shirt leaders are being remanded, the Department of Special Investigation which is handling the probes into violence triggered by the unruly protests between March and May and Rajprasong Intersection, the main rally site.

After meeting with police, Jatuporn travelled on to the Army Auditorium to pay a visit to Colonel Sansern Kaewkamnerd, the spokesman of the Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation.

Jatuporn said he wanted to report himself to Sansern after the CRES said it planned to summon rally organisers to ensure peace and social order.

But he was turned back at the auditorium gate due to a lack of appointment.

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