Thai protesters march to Yingluck’s home, PM retreats to Chiang Mai

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Thai police cordonA group of Thai anti-government protesters on December 26 at noon were on the way to the house of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra in Soi Yothin Pattana 3 of Bangkok to demand her resignation, reports said.

The protesters travelled on six-wheel trucks with food, water and medical supplies. They reportedly planned to stop at the mouth of the soi and walk to the front of the prime minister’s house, where they said they would remain until 6pm.

The prime minister flew to her hometown Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand on December 25 after touring her northeastern political stronghold.



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A group of Thai anti-government protesters on December 26 at noon were on the way to the house of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra in Soi Yothin Pattana 3 of Bangkok to demand her resignation, reports said. The protesters travelled on six-wheel trucks with food, water and medical supplies. They reportedly planned to stop at the mouth of the soi and walk to the front of the prime minister's house, where they said they would remain until 6pm. The prime minister flew to her hometown Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand on December 25 after touring her northeastern political stronghold.

Thai police cordonA group of Thai anti-government protesters on December 26 at noon were on the way to the house of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra in Soi Yothin Pattana 3 of Bangkok to demand her resignation, reports said.

The protesters travelled on six-wheel trucks with food, water and medical supplies. They reportedly planned to stop at the mouth of the soi and walk to the front of the prime minister’s house, where they said they would remain until 6pm.

The prime minister flew to her hometown Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand on December 25 after touring her northeastern political stronghold.



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