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Chiang Mai University students get greenlight for protests

Aug 20. 2020
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By The Nation

Chiang Mai University students are allowed to hold anti-establishment protests, provided they follow the law. 

University president Professor Niwes Nantachit signed a document on Wednesday (August 19) saying students and staff were allowed to hold and participate in protests within the university campus. However, outsiders are not allowed to join any demonstrations. 

The Sala Ang Kaew zone of the campus is expected to be cordoned off for the protest and all participants will undergo Covid-19 screening before being allowed in. 

The president has told protesters to be careful about the subject of monarchy and warned them to not criticise the crown in any way.

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