Deputy Prime Minister for Security Affairs Suthep Thaugsuban, on behalf of the government, has pleaded supporters of the United Front of Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) to leave the rally sites under the State of Emergency.

Speaking as the director of the Center for Public Administration in Emergency Situation, Mr Suthep asked UDD supporters not to travel to join the gathering at Ratchaprasong Intersection and Phan Fah Bridge. He said transportation would be provided for those wishing to return home in other provinces.

via Govt asks UDD supporters to disperse : National News Bureau of Thailand.

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