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My vote against tyranny and for a new Thailand

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Accompanied by my father, I made it my number one priority to head to a voting booth on Sunday because I felt compelled to cast my vote against tyranny. 

Voters show their identity cards and demand their right to vote during a protest at Yannawa district office after the voting was blockaded by anti-government protesters. Pattanapong Hirunard

I suspect, like many other Thais, my vote was an act of defiance against the People's Democratic Reform Committee's (PDRC) attempt to not only shut down Bangkok, but to also shut down our democracy.

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