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THAILAND: Expect more protests, and maybe politics entering uncharted territory

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Protesters on Sunday held the largest anti-government gathering since the 2014 coup, with crowd estimates ranging from 10,000 – 15,000. The high turnout will likely encourage the movement, which now calls itself the Free People, to hold more demonstrations over the next few weeks to see how much momentum they can build, especially in terms of growing their numbers to a broader cross-section of Thai society. This would then allow them to maintain pressure on the government. In fact, this goal of broadening public support may be the reason for the group’s name change to Free People from Free
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