Thai pm to allow weekend protest

Thai pm to allow weekend protest
The ruling coalition is yet to decide whether to cancel the protests, which are scheduled to march until Friday. The move could create an opportunity for the government’s opponents to mobilise opposition workers to join the protest.
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Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s party said on Tuesday it will give its support to the protesters if they hold the weekend march.
“If the protests come to an end, a joint statement issued by the opposition coalition should be issued stating that the protest must be allowed to continue,” said Yingluck Shinawatra.
She said she would consult with opposition lawmakers. “We have discussed this with all parties,” said Yingluck Shinawatra, referring to her opposition coalition.
There have been large-scale street demonstrations against the ruling Pheu Thai party during the past few months as its share in the Thai electoral quota, which covers the whole country, increases.
The majority of protesters are students, workers and young professionals, who have turned against the former generals and their supporters.
Last month, a large protest was held in Phra Thongrachak to protest against the resignation of Thaksin Shinawatra as prime minister. More than 400 people, including students and activists, marched through the capital, Bangkok.
Yingluck’s government has been rocked by allegations of wrongdoing over the government’s handling of the economy and recent public sector pay hikes.
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