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National security officials to guard Parliament for Thursday's protest

Sep 22. 2020
Prawit Wongsuwan
Prawit Wongsuwan
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By THE NATION

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan said on Tuesday (September 22) that national security officials would be ready to protect Parliament, when pro-democracy protesters arrive on Thursday.

However, he added that the officials’ duty was only to monitor the situation on that day, since the protesters would not invade the place.

Regarding the 2020 coup memorial plaque installed on Sunday at Sanam Luang, which was removed by unknown persons within a day, Prawit only said: "The protesters have already installed it, so what?”

He said an important issue from the pro-democracy rally was the large number of supporters, but he did not know who they were.

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