Protesters outside the Interior Ministry reluctantly leave ‘to avoid violence’ - Neither side is satisfied by the charter court ruling which leaves an administrative nightmare - The winds of fate are still swirling around Yingluck
After five months of occupying a strip of the street in front of the Interior Ministry and making the compound off limits to its officials, a group of protesters under the Labour Solidarity Committee and State Enterprises Workers Relations Confederation left last weekend for Lumpini Park, the anti-government protest stronghold.
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The Interior Ministry became a “no-go” zone, especially for caretaker Interior Minister Charupong Ruangsuwan, not long after the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) kicked off its campaign to lay siege to government establishments.
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