The red shirts may be a disparate bunch, but say their fight for justice and democracy unites them.
Red shirt co-leader Jatuporn Prompan, centre, makes a point during a forum at the Bangkok Post on Tuesday. Also present are Suda Rangkupan of Chulalongkorn University’s faculty of arts, left, and Sirote Klampaiboon, an independent scholar on human rights, right. SOMCHAI POOMLARD
That common aim might explain why they still remain loyal to the Pheu-Thai led government, despite provocations.
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