Protest sites in Bangkok set up to promote peace and non-violence

Bangkok Governor Chadchart said all issues except politics should be dealt with on designated protest grounds to show that people with different views can co-exist.

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has announced that it will review the use of seven venues in Bangkok for public events.

Following a peaceful rally in Lan Khon Muang last week, Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt said opening more sites for public protests and other activities would allow more people to voice their concerns. view and resolve their differences.

Chadchart was referring to the announcement of seven public demonstration sites, the first of which was Lan Khon Muang in front of Bangkok City Hall.


The six other locations being considered are:
– Din Daeng District Thai-Japanese Youth Center
-The public space under Ratchavibha Bridge in Chatuchak District, near Soi Vibhavadi Rangsit 36.
-The parking lot in front of the district office in Phra Khanong
-The Min Buri District 72nd Anniversary Stadium
– Chalerm Phrakiat Stadium of Thung Khru District
-Monthon Phirom Park is located in Taling Chan district.

Bangkok’s governor said all issues except politics should be dealt with on designated protest grounds to show that people with different opinions can coexist.

He also urged those planning to attend future gatherings to respect the opinions of others, stressing that disagreements are a natural part of democracy and can lead to new ideas and positive developments for the nation when they arise. treated peacefully. (NNT)