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Security meeting on parliament rallies

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Security-related agencies would meet this afternoon to settle on measures to cope with the planned political rallies outside the parliament, which is to recovene on Thursday, National Security Council (NSC) chief Paradorn Pattanatabut said on Tuesday. 

 Red-shirts calling themselves the People's Radio Media Group began to gather in front of the parliament building on Monday ahead of the re-opening of parliament, in support of legislation to amend the constitution and offer amnesty to offenders involved in the 2010 political violence.

The self-styled People's Army plans to begin an "anti-Thaksin regime" rally on Sunday, Aug 4.

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