Core anti-government leader Taya Teepsuwan announced she will "take a break" from politics because of concerns about the safety of her family and students at Sivikorn School, which owned by her mother Khunying Samima Srivikorn.
Taya and Natapol Teepsuwan at the Asok rally site in Janauary 2014. (Bangkok Post file photo)
Ms Taya, a former deputy Bangkok governor under the Democrat Party and a core leader of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee, announced the decision on her Facebook page early Friday morning.
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