Thai protesters demand PM resign Bangkok (Reuters)-Thai rebels went out on the streets by car or motorbike on Sunday, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Pluto Chanoher, who is suffering from the biggest battle ever.
In Bangkok, a driver honked and a motorcyclist salutes with three fingers as he walked 20 km (12 miles) from the Democracy Monument in the heart of the capital to Don Muang. This is a resistance gesture inspired by the movie The Hunger Games. International airport.
Thai protesters demand PM resign We can hardly make a living right now. The whole family has been hurt,” said a 47-year-old protester who spoke from his car.
“The government has been unable to provide timely vaccinations and many of us do not yet have the vaccine,” he said. “If we don’t call us, the government will ignore us.”
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There were similar protests in other states.
Southeast Asian countries aim to vaccinate 50 million people by 2021, but so far only 5.8% of more than 1 million people have been fully vaccinated, about 21%. Has received at least one vaccination.
On Sunday, Thailand reported 18,027 new infections from Kovid-1 and 133 new deaths, for a total of 615,314 cases and 4,990 deaths.