The schedule is as follows:
Ratchaburi: Sanamya Market in Mueang district at 3.09pm.
Pattani: Culture yard in Mueang district at 3pm.
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya: King U-Thong Monument at 4pm.
Trang: Governor’s House at 5.30pm.
Nakhon Pathom: Chalerm Prakiat Hall in Nakhon Chai Si district at 9.30am.
Saraburi: Old City Hall at 5pm.
Songkhla: Saba Yoi District Office at 1pm, Hat Yai district office at 5pm, and Hat Yai park at 6.09pm.
Chaiyaphum: Chao Pho Phraya Lae Monument at 5pm.
Nakhon Si Thammarat: Sichon District Office at 9.30am.
Chanthaburi: City Hall at 5pm.
Phang Nga: Old City Hall at 5pm.
Phichit: Old City Hall in Mueang District at 5.30pm.
Chiang Mai: Three Kings Monument at 4pm.
Chumphon: Mueang District Office at 5pm.
Surat Thani: Naris Bridge in Mueang district at 3pm.
Rayong: Rayong City Hall at 6pm.
Nakhon Si Thammarat: Pavilion in Khu Khwang-Tha Wang Khet 3 Community at 5pm.
Yala: Suan Khwan Mueang in Yala City Municipality at 5pm.
Bangkok: King Rama VI Monument in Lumpini Park at 5pm.
Bangkok: King Ramkhamhaeng Square in Ramkhamhaeng University’s Huamark campus at 4pm.
Critics claim many of the royalists have been recruited by state officials, while some pictures and a clip on social media have shown "yellow-shirt" activists making the three-finger salute, demonstrating their support for the youth-led democracy movement.
Published : October 22, 2020
By : The Nation