June 30, 2011
Source: Bangkok Post
The People's Alliance for Democracy will end its rally tomorrow, because its purpose has been accomplished, PAD spokesman Pathep Puapongpan said on Thursday.
Around 1,000 supporters of the People’s Alliance for Democracy on June 18, 2011 rally in front of Unesco’s Bangkok office demanding the World Heritage Committee remove the Preah Vihear temple from its list of world heritage sites. (Photo by Kosol Nakachol)
Thailand has withdrawn from the World Heritage Convention, as it had demanded, he said.
It would take the PAD five days to remove its equipment and other items from the Chamaimaruechet bridge near Government House, where it has rallied for several months calling for the government to withdraw from the WHC and against parliamentary endorsement of the memorandum of understanding made with Cambodia in the year 2000.
Mr Panthep said the announcement to end the PAD rally would made in parallel with a major rally of the Democrat Party at the Royal Plaza and of the Pheu Thai Party at the Rajamangala Sports Stadium at Hua Mark on Friday night.