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Thai protesters back on streets to demand political change


Anti-gov’t protesters renew calls for parliament’s dissolution, rewriting of constitution and protection of dissidents. Openly challenging the monarchy of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn, thousands of protesters marched in Bangkok on Sunday to present demands that include a call for reforms to curb his powers. Protesters have grown ever bolder during two months of demonstrations against Thailand’s palace and military-dominated establishment, breaking a long-standing taboo on criticising the monarchy — which is illegal under lese majeste laws. The Royal Palace was not immediately available for comment. The king is not currently in Thailand. The marchers were blocked by hundreds of unarmed police manning…

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