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    Anti-Government vs. Polices

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Thai iReporter Ploy Ling (she asked to withhold her real name for security reasons) captured this video of anti-government protesters in Bangkok walking past the city's Royal Thai Polices Headquarters, she says in a bid to persuade the police to be on their side. The city has seen several large protests against (and for) Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who survived a no-confidence vote in parliament Thursday. Our iReporter says she does not favor either side of the issue, but feels protesters who have invaded government buildings have gone too far and that politicians who want power should respect election results. "I just want it to be stop," she said. "I'm just 19, but I'm really sick with the situation. This has gone too far." CNN cannot independently confirm all the information in this iReport. For the latest news on the protests in Thailand read CNN's story.
    - sarahbrowngb, CNN iReport producer

    I took this clip while I walked to the university, which is near there, it actually at noon (local time). The Anti-Government (Yinglak) marched to the Royal Thai Polices Headquarter, try to force the police to be on their side and against the government. The news report on the evening (local time) showing the violence situation between anti & support government in many provinces in Thailand. Also, it had been report, by the doctor at the Royal Polices Hospital, that the protestors cut-off the electricity , which powered Royal Thai Polices Headquarter, but it also effected to hospital as well but it came back now (just for the hospital). Now protestors still blowing a whistle, sing of the mob, to the polices. However this may effects to the foreigners tourists because the Royal Thai Polices Headquarter is located between Siam Paragon and Central World Plaza (2 most famous department stores in Thailand).

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