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Anti-coup activist seeks parity

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An anti-coup demonstrator who was released this week from military detention has called on the junta to ensure justice for all sides of the political divide. 

Khomkhai Onlam, 50, a housewife and supporter of the red-shirt United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD), said her strong opposition to the military takeover drove her to join an anti-coup protest at Victory Monument on May 29.

She went there with a friend after being told that a rally opposing the coup was being held.

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