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The venue for the announcement of plans for Facebook rallies against the government and Thaksin Shinawatra by the Thai Spring movement drew a harsh response from the Pheu Thai Party on Friday. 

Thai Spring leaders Pol-Gen Vasit Dejkunjorn, former senator Kaewsun Atibodhi and his twin Kwansuang on Friday used a room in parliament for a press conference to announce that online rallies will kick off on June 23. As a former senator Mr Kaewsun has access to the facilities.

The Thai Spring group set up the website www.change.org/users/thaispring in protest at the controversial speech Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra delivered in Mongolia on April 29.

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