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Saturday, June 11, 2022

#ม็อบ11มิถุนา65 VIDEO: People of Thailand apologise to fans of Kinnporsche The Series as they take to street to protest to demand for democracy; Thai people shoot at protesters

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that People of Thailand apologised to fans of Kinnporsche The Series as they take to street to protest to demand for democracy. (Read More Here).

Producers of Kinnporsche wrote on Twitter: "วันนี้ขออนุญาตงดเทรนด์แท็ก #.KinnPorscheEP10 นะคะ
เนื่องจากสถานการณ์ความรุนแรงที่เกิดขึ้นในตอนนี้ เพื่อให้ทุกคนได้ติดตามสถานการณ์ และขอให้ทุกคนในพื้นที่ปลอดภัยค่ะ." 

According to information, the Thai people are demanding democracy and good governance from their government. In the trending video, Thai police were seen shooting at the peaceful protesters. 

In a trending video, it seemed the bullet had hit a little child who is seen crying. 

The current unrest has been brewing in Thailand since 2014, when the military seized power in a coup led by General Prayut Chan-o-cha, who has been prime minister since.

In 2016, a referendum was held on the constitution, which critics said only offered semi-democracy and was seen as tightening Thailand's military rule. Many did not see the referendum as being fair.

Lese majeste rules against defaming, insulting or threatening the king, queen or heir apparent were tightened, and anybody who is found guilty of doing so can be jailed for three to 15 years.

In 2019, Thailand held its first general election since the coup five years before and General Prayut was appointed prime minister. Many critics alleged the election was rigged in his favour.

The turning point for current protesters was when the constitutional court banned the Future Forward party - Thailand's most vocal opposition party - in February this year.

There are three main demands being made:

The prime minister's resignation and dissolution of parliament
Constitutional reform
An end to harassment by the authorities
And some are calling for a reform of the monarchy.

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