In collaboration with the Public Relations Department (PRD), the CMPO, Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order has launched a TV program intended to broadcast its operations to talk back the protests sites from the anti-government protestors live this week.
The program called “Peace for Bangkok Mission” will be aired on the NBT channel. Deputy Government Spokesperson Lt. Sunisa Lertphakhawt said the CMPO Director Chalrem Yubamrung had assigned the PRD to produce the program.
The production is intended to show the public that the CMPO authorities performed their operations in a transparent manner in line with the law and show they will not use crack force to remove the protestors.
In the mean time protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban has threatened to stage a mass rally on Wednesday in a final push to collapse the government. On Monday night, in his address to the people he said, the upcountry people would be mobilized for the mass rally along with the rice farmers for a make or break shutdown of the government. He then dared Thaksin Shinawatra to return home to his task force saying that they protesters are ready for the fight. He has also urged motorists to block all entrances to Government House with their vehicles.Stay updated with Samui Times by following us on Facebook.
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