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UDD Statement on 30 November 2013 & The Updated List of Injured Red Shirts

1. On 30th of November 2013, the co-leaders of The People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) have led groups of protestor to create disorder in the society in an attempt to install a new state power. During the course of this civil disruption, the protestors have acted in a complete disregard of the law of the country and the constitution of Thailand by storming and seized various governmental grounds including; Government House, Police Head Quarter, Metropolitan Police Bureau, and the Interior Minister etc. These actions of the protestors were meant to interrupt and destroy the governance power of this country and are amounted to an act of treason and terror. The effort to install a new government of their own under a new system while ignoring the voice of the majority and the democratic system are clear sign of treachery and whoever supported them can be consider as a traitor to this country. The supporters of the PDRC should ask themselves this question: Under what authority do the co-leaders have to seize down government institutions and install a new government of their own?
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Violence from 30 November – 1 December 2013

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On 7 December 2013, Division 4 chief Pol.Maj.Gen. Naiwat Phadermchit has released a report on the violence incidents near Ramkhamhaeng University and Rajamangala Stadium from 30 November – 1 December 2013.

In total, the police reported that there were 19 violence incidents which killed five individuals and wounded more than hundred others.

Currently, from our database, there are 40 reported Red shirts which have been injured from the violence (we can only compile information of our supporters who came to ask for assistant – we do not know the actual figure of the total number of the injured person)
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UDD TV

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The United front of Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) has launched a new channel via PSI satellite TV and Asia Update box.

The new channel was on air on 10 December 2013. Anyone who is interested in viewing the channel can follow it via a PSI satellite box channel 170 and Asia Update box on channel 37. You can also tune in to Thaicom satellite frequency with Thaicom C band at 3880MHz frequency with V symbol rate 30000KsPs receiver.

UDD TV offers political discussion show that are conducted by various UDD co-leaders such as Jatuporn Prompan, Nattawut Saikua, Sombat Boongramanong, Thida Tavonseth and Dr Weng Tojilakarn along with many other guests and provincial coordinators of the UDD.

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UDD Rally on 10 December 2013 in Ayutthaya is postponed

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The United front of Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) rally “To Stop Power Out-Side the System and Defeat other Illegitimate Power” on December 10 2013 in Ayutthaya province at Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Provincial Sport Stadium is postponed until further notice.

The decision to dissolve the parliament by Prime Minister Yingluck (now caretaker) this morning and the movement of the anti-democratic protestors are the main reasons for the postponement. The new date and the avenue for the next UDD rally will be announce shortly.
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Current Situation 3-4 December 2013

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UDD Statement 3 December 2013

Thida Tavonseth, president of the UDD, believed the reason why the police decided to abandon their defense from the Metropolitan Police Head Quarter and Government House yesterday was because they do not want the tensions to escalate into violence.

“Suthep is living in fear of his treason charge and he is using the protestors and his demands as leverage to negotiate and keep the police at bay. He wanted violence but the police can foresee it and has decided to back down. The police wanted the protestors to be happy to ease the political tensions and it was part of their psychological strategy against the protestors,” said Thida.
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UDD Statement 27 November 2013

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UDD Statement on 27 November 2013

1. Motto for today political situation

• Stop Destroying the country
• Stop Holding Thai people hostage
• Stop Hijacking Thailand

2. Major gathering on 30 November 2013

3. Stop harassing both Thai and foreign presses

4. The seizure of government premises can be accounted for an attempt to bring down the governance power of this country. These actions of Suthep Thaugsuban and his co-leaders should be condemned by the whole country.

• Stop destroying our country
• Stop holding Thai people hostage

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Thank you for Reminding Why there Are Red Shirts

Taken from Reuters article called “Thai protesters step up campaign to oust government” by Amy Sawitta Lefevre and Pairat Temphairojana that was published on 26 November 2013

(Reuters) – Thousands of protesters surrounded Thailand’s Interior Ministry and forced the evacuation of four others on Tuesday, intensifying their campaign to bring down the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

The protesters defied a tough security law imposed late on Monday, after they had stormed two other ministries, to control demonstrations against Yingluck and her billionaire brother, former premier Thaksin Shinawatra.

Suthep Thaugsuban, the protest leader and a former deputy prime minister under the previous government, urged supporters to mount more blockades of government buildings on Wednesday, not only in Bangkok but across the country.
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UDD Statement on 26 November 2013

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UDD Statement on 26 November 2013

1. The UDD is releasing this statement to call for an arrest warrant for Suthep Thaugsuban and other co-leaders who collaborated together in the storming of government grounds.

2. The attacked on government’s complex is premeditated. The organizers have arranged and call for a mass protest and have shown their true intention as an anti-democratic movement. The organizers have planned out their responsibilities and they are going to capture more government buildings in near future.
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