The future of the government's contentious reconciliation bills and constitutional amendments is unclear following a decision to postpone House sittings indefinitely.
PAD protesters confront police on Phichai Road as they try to block Pheu Thai MPs from entering parliament on Friday. The protesters managed to push their way past the police barrier only to learn the session had been postponed. KITJA APICHONROJAREK
The People's Alliance for Democracy declared victory after its yellow-shirted members foiled attempts to hold a House meeting to debate the reconciliation bills on Friday.
On Saturday PAD leaders called off rallies planned for the coming week but warned they would return the moment lawmakers attempted to revive any legislation they oppose.
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