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Red Shirt protest

Red Shirt protest in Bangkok..Red shirt protesters take a rest, in front of abillboard with images of King Bhumibol Adulyade at Thanon Ratchadamnoen, near the Democracy monument..The UDD (United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship), commonly known as Red Shirts, support former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra who was overthrown after the military coup of 2006. The UDD claims that Abhisit Vejjajiva's government took power illegitimately, backed by the Thai Army and the judiciary. It calls for the Thai Parliament to be dissolved so that a general re-election can be held. The UDD allies itself with the "For Thais Party" and they accuse the country's elite, the military, judiciary, certain members of the Privy Council, of undermining democracy by interfering in politics. The protests also urges the immediate resignation of Prem from the Privy Council. .March, 2010.Credit: © Guido Van Damme 2010

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Red Shirt protest in Bangkok..Red shirt protesters take a rest, in front of abillboard with images of King Bhumibol Adulyade at Thanon Ratchadamnoen, near the Democracy monument..The UDD (United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship), commonly known as Red Shirts, support  former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra who was overthrown after the military coup of 2006. The UDD claims that Abhisit Vejjajiva's government took power illegitimately, backed by the Thai Army and the judiciary. It calls for the Thai Parliament to be dissolved so that a general re-election can be held. The UDD allies itself with the "For Thais Party" and they accuse the country's elite, the military, judiciary, certain members of the Privy Council, of undermining democracy by interfering in politics. The protests also urges the immediate resignation of Prem from the Privy Council. .March, 2010.Credit: © Guido Van Damme 2010