Protesters at the anti-government rally on Nov 24 will definitely not lay siege to the parliament, Pitak Siam group leader Gen Boonlert Kaewprasit said on Thursday.
Gen Boonlert, also known as Seh Ai, said if the rallygoers broke into the parliament compound and it became violent he would take responsibility.
A censure debate is scheduled in the parliament on Nov 25-27, followed by the vote on the no-confidence motion on Nov 28.
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