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    PAD to mobilise 100,000 protesters from the South

    PAD to mobilise 100,000 protesters from the South


    The local chapters of the People's Alliance for Democrat set the target to mobilise 100,000 protesters from 14 southern provinces to rally in Bangkok on Sunday, PAD organiser Saroj Rakchan said on Friday.

    The PAD has set up a rally site in front of Hat Yai railway station to rouse the crowds beginning today, Saroj said. Buses are ready for the 24-hour, non-stop departures to transport the protesters from today to Sunday.

    The PAD has declared a showdown to bring about the collapse of the government and the House.

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    PAD confirms its plan to besiege Parliament


    The People's Alliance for Democracy Saturday confirmed its plan to hold a mass rally at Parliament against constitutional amendments.

    After three hours of meeting at Manager Group head office, the PAD leaders held a press conference at 1 pm to announce that the mass rally would be held Sunday morning.

    Chamlong Srimuang said the PAD learnt that the government would move up the charter amendments on the agenda when the House and Senate hold a joint sitting Sunday.

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    Military steps up security before D Day


    The Army, Navy and Air Force have deployed military police to keep security at 14 spots near six intersections.

    Each spot is spotted is manned with nine soldiers.

    The six intersections are the Uthong Intersection near the Royal Plaza, the Rajvithi Intersection near the Dusit Zoo, the Rajvithi-Ratchasima Intersection, the Ratchasima - Karn Ruen Intersection, the Phichai Intersection and the areas around the Government House, Parliament and Chitralada Palace.

    And the Army has prepared 17 companies of soldiers, the Air Force two companies and Navy two companies ready to be deployed if an untoward incident happens.

    The deployments were made ahead of a mass rally by the People's Alliance for Democracy at the Parliament Sunday.

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