Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of major urban centers in Thailand to demonstrate against the Thai monarchy.
Speaking in front of a massive crowd in Bangkok on Thursday, pro-democracy protest leader Panupon Jadnok said activists were lobbying for press freedoms, democratic reforms of the Thai monarchy, and a relaxing of restrictions on gatherings placed on citizens during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Like dogs cornered, we are fighting till our deaths,” Jadnok said. “We won’t fall back. We won’t run away. We won’t go anywhere.”
Police advanced on protesters who had camped outside the