Thai red-shirt leaders to hold meeting on Jan. 15

15:36, January 03, 2010      

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The Thai anti-government group, Red-shirt leaders will hold a meeting on Jan. 15 to discuss strategies for campaigning to topple the Democrat Party-led government, Natthawut Saikua, a red-shirt leader, said Saturday.

Natthawut said leaders of the red-shirt movement would discuss strategies for holding a mass rally with the goal to bring down the government.

The meeting would decide the venue and form of the rally.

Natthawut said the campaigns would be peaceful.

"It will be the biggest ever rally of the red-shirt people," Natthawut said.

Since assuming power in December, 2008, the Democrat-led alliance and Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva have been facing frequent rallies by the red-shirt movement.

Source: Xinhua
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