A list of upcoming student and anti-government protests planned in Thailand

Student protests are back underway in Thailand as protesters hope to topple the army-backed Prayut Chan-ocha government.

We have complied a list of the upcoming protests and their locations should you be curious:

July 23

Khon Kaen, 5pm at Ratchadanusorn Garden

Ayuthaya, 4pm at Beung Phra Ram

Sakon Nakron, 5pm at the Faculty of Humanities at Ratchaphat Sakon Nakorn

Pattani, 4pm at Prince Songkla University 

Rangsit, 5pm at Future Park Rangsit 

July 24 

Lumphun, 5pm at Phra Nang Chaomaethewi Monument 

Udonthani, 5pm at Thung Si Muang 

Korat, 5pm at Thao Suranari Monument

Patalung, 5pm at Phra Phutaniro shrine 

Bangkok, 11.20 at Government House

Bangkok, TBA, Kasetsart University

July 25

Samut Prakarn, 5pm at Samut Prakarn Town Hall

Petchabun, 5pm at Thai Lom Walking Street

July 26

Chanthaburi, 5pm at Chanthaburi Extreme Sport Center

July 29

Suphanburi, 5pm Suphanburi Town Hall

Nakhon Sawan, 5pm Sawan park near get 13

August 1

Ratchaburi, 4pm at (To Be Announced) 

Bangkok, TBA, Democracy Monument

August 2

Roi Et, 5pm at Beung Plan Chai (Plan Chai lake)

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