Security agencies do not expect any violence during the anti-reconciliation bill protest by the yellow-shirt People’s Alliance for Democracy at the Royal Plaza today, Pol Gen Worapong Chiewpreecha, an adviser to the Royal Thai Police, said on Wednesday.
Pol Gen Worapong was speaking after a meeting of security agencies to assess the situation.
Other groups of people that oppose the bill will also rally near parliament today, but they had promised that their protests will be in line with the law. Some groups might stay overnight in front of parliament building compound, he said.
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