Rallies against the amnesty bill are expected to escalate after a network of anti-Thaksin groups said it would join the ongoing demonstrations mainly at the Uruphong intersection in Bangkok.
A family takes a break from a rally at the Uruphong intersection on Friday. (Photo by Pawat Laopaisarntaksin)
The opposition Democrat Party, meanwhile, is expanding its own rally at the Samsen railway station while it plots its next moves in the campaign to overturn the bill.
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