University college students defy ban, hold protest

With Cash -government demonstrations flaring up across the nation, a bid by the dean of the Mahasarakham University to stop one there failed yesterday as college students defied his ban and went ahead with their protest.
University campuses are exempt from the Emergency Decree’s ban on gatherings, and the university initially stated only that any rallies held on campus grounds should abide by the regulation and chorus from anti-monarchy rhetoric. The dean later warned that the rally risked spreading Covid-19 and told the scholars to cancel the protest.
Protest organisers insisted they’d proceed, and joked that the theme of the rally had been changed to “anti-dean and anti-government”.
Political protests have damaged out around the nation following the July 18 rally at Bangkok’s Democracy Monument by the Union of Students of Thailand and a gaggle called Free Youth. The group wants Parliament to be dissolved, the Constitution to be rewritten to be extra democratic, and the government to stop official and unofficial harassment of opponents.
A outstanding ‘red shirt’ chief at present additionally weighed into the bottom swell of youth protests around the nation urging them to not deliver the Thai monarchy into the problems they had been addressing, claiming it might “not finish well” in the event that they did..

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