By The Nation
After the Constitutional Court verdict on Friday (February 21) to dissolve the party and revoke the right of its executives to contest any elections for 10 years, leaders of the party held a rally with supporters in front of the Thai Summit building on New Phetchaburi Road in Bangkok until 11pm.
Party leaders used a pickup truck, equipped with an amplifier, to address supporters.
The party’s spokeswoman, Pannika Wanich, announced that they will hold a no-confidence debate outside Parliament on Sunday.
Party secretary-general Piyabutr Saengkanokkul added that members will discuss the place and time to hold this off-site debate. “We will inform citizens later about where and when the debate will be held,” he added.