Protesters have beefed up security at their seven city stages, following recent attacks on the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) protest sites.
At the Chaeng Watthana stage, protesters built a bunker with more than 200 tyres and covered the site with large nets to protect protesters from explosive devices that could be hurled at them.
At the Lat Phrao stage, PDRC co-leader Issara Somchai ordered security guards to search the belongings of people entering the site to make sure they were not carrying weapons.
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