Leaders of the red-shirt movement confirmed Sunday the group will not hold a counter-rally to Pitak Siam’s second anti-government protest at the Royal Plaza on Nov 24.
The United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) has yet to come up with any ideas about moves against Pitak Siam’s planned rally, said Tida Tawornseth. She said she and other UDD co-leaders were scheduled to visit provinces in the North and Northeast to preside over the opening of the group’s democracy schools at that period.
Mrs Tida said the red shirts have “discipline and maturity” and mobilise in unity, therefore holding a mob-versus-mob confrontation will not take place.
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