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NSPRT protesters visit embassies

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Protesters of the Network of Students and People for the Reform of Thailand (NSPRT) on Thursday called at a number of foreign embassies in Bangkok to submit a letter explaining why they are pushing for the resignation of the caretaker government. 

They left their protest site near Government House in the morning in a convoy of vehicles.

Their first stop was the Chinese embassy on Ratchadapisek Road.  The protesters submitted a letter to the Chinese ambassador, saying that some groups of Thai people had thought about separating from Thailand to set up a new state.

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