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Suthep and up to 2.3 million protestors due to cripple Bangkok on Sunday afternoon

Suthep Thaugsuban, the People’s Democratic Reform Committee secretary general has declared that protestors will paralyze the traffic in Bangkok for at least half a day on Sunday while demonstrations go on around the city. He is expecting between 1.7 and 2.3 million people to join the demonstrations between 1pm and 6pm.

Suthep expects the demonstrations to cover 577,000 square meters of the streets of Bangkok and adjacent areas in the city with rally stages at Victory Monument, Ratchathevi, Pathumvan, Samyan, Lumpini Park, Siam, Ratchaprasong, Ploenchit and Asoke.

Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban stresses a point as he addresses anti-government protesters at the occupied Government complex in BangkokAt a rally at Democracy Monument on Wednesday night  Suthep said “On December 22nd will try not to make you, people too tired. So we have an appointment on December 22nd and the demonstrations will begin at 1pm. Those who live near the rally sites please come and join us. I would like to invite you to join rallies on Rajdamnoen, Urupong intersection on Phetchaburi Road. We will set up small rally stages at the Victory Monuments and Ratchathewi intersection, Pathumvan intersection, Samyan, Ratchaprasong and Asoke. There will be monitors for relying the signal. Please join the rallies at your convenience.”

Suthep went on to say that the demonstrators would disperse at 6pm and if Yingluck Shinawatra refuses to resign from her position as the caretaker prime minister he would be holding more mass rallies.

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