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Motorbike “mob” protest in Bangkok, police advise drivers to take alternative routes


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With another car and motorbike mob protest in Bangkok, honking horns and backing up traffic, Royal Thai Police released a warning early today warning drivers to avoid the Ratchaprasong intersection and advised people to take one of 12 alternative routes. There have been several car and motorbike mob protests over the past several months, many calling on PM Prayut Chan-o-cha to resign due to what they say is mismanagement during the Covid-19 crisis. Routes to avoid  Ratchadamri Road ( Ratchadamri – Pratunam) Rama 1 Road  (Chaloem Pao Junction – Ratchaprasong Junction) Ploenchit Road (Rajprasong Intersection – Intersection Chidlom) Recommended route to […]

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was right in the middle of this, very interesting thing to witness, was taking a taxi out of a condo nearby and was at a dead stop for about 30 minutes. 

There was a lot more people than I expected, saw the whole street filled with motorbikes/cars for about 1.5km (could have been longer but we cut into an alley)

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This will soon be all for nothing once that new Amnesty bill gets signed in. They will attach everything to be related to Covid. What they should also be protesting about is this amnesty bill and the spyware the police are buying for the chat applications. 

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