Thailand One of the anti-government protest groups without participating in the parliamentary proposal talks November 5 at 4:02 a.m.
One of the youth groups protesting in Thailand about the proposed meeting in parliament over the continuing anti-government protests has made it clear that they will not participate. The group said, “It’s just a time earner. Unless Prime Minister Prayuth resigns, the problem will not be solved.”
Anti-government protests by young people are continuing in Bangkok, Thailand’s capital, and congress last month proposed to set up a committee to find a solution, and it is being considered to call on young people who are protesting to join.
One of the main youth groups held a press conference on the 4th about this, and said, “It’s just a show to earn time. The problem will not be solved unless Prime Minister Prayuth resigns.”
As for the committee, local media have said that the selection of members is already underway, but young people will continue to demonstrate for the resignation of the prime minister and reform of the royal system, and there is no prospect that things will subside.