Bangkok protesters enter Government House, declare victory

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Thai protests victoryAnti-government protesters declared victory on December 3 after they were allowed to enter the Government House and Metropolitan Police Bureau and police stopped firing tear gas and water from water cannons at them. They were seen moving cement barricades earlier blocking their ways at both venues.

Protest leaders declared the victory on Rajdamnoen rally site, saying their long fight against the government has been accepted by the public and the government. The declaration was also done at other rally sites.

“Victory is ours after the long fights and protests,” protest leader Sathit Wongnongtoey said from the stage.

They encouraged people throughout the country to come out and join the celebrations.

Police at Metropolitan Police Headquarters were seen handing over red roses to protesters.



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Anti-government protesters declared victory on December 3 after they were allowed to enter the Government House and Metropolitan Police Bureau and police stopped firing tear gas and water from water cannons at them. They were seen moving cement barricades earlier blocking their ways at both venues. Protest leaders declared the victory on Rajdamnoen rally site, saying their long fight against the government has been accepted by the public and the government. The declaration was also done at other rally sites. "Victory is ours after the long fights and protests," protest leader Sathit Wongnongtoey said from the stage. They encouraged people...

Thai protests victoryAnti-government protesters declared victory on December 3 after they were allowed to enter the Government House and Metropolitan Police Bureau and police stopped firing tear gas and water from water cannons at them. They were seen moving cement barricades earlier blocking their ways at both venues.

Protest leaders declared the victory on Rajdamnoen rally site, saying their long fight against the government has been accepted by the public and the government. The declaration was also done at other rally sites.

“Victory is ours after the long fights and protests,” protest leader Sathit Wongnongtoey said from the stage.

They encouraged people throughout the country to come out and join the celebrations.

Police at Metropolitan Police Headquarters were seen handing over red roses to protesters.



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