The military junta is urging civilians not to dress in military-style clothing, as it set out on its campaign to promote reconciliation by visiting a red-shirt stronghold.
Former key anti-government figures, including Suthep Thaugsuban, in white shirt, held a party on Thursday night at which many sported military-style gear and camouflage clothing. (Photo from Chitpas Kridakorn via Instagram)
Col Winthai Suvaree, an NCPO spokesman, said that some people who wore military uniforms did inappropriate things or broke the law. This could cause others to have the wrong impression of the army, he said.
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