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Thai Police Raid Offices of Progressive Movement


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Thai Police Raid Offices of Progressive Movement

Thai police raided the offices of the Progressive Movement on October 16, the opposition party reported. Police officers cited an emergency decree issued by the Thai government following widespread protests, a local journalist said. According to the Bangkok Post, the protest movement aims to remove Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, who took power in a 2014 coup. The leader of the Progressive Movement, Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, decried the emergency decree and called for the release of arrested protesters on October 15, the Bangkok Post reported. Juangroongruangkit previously headed the Future Forward Party, which was dissolved by a constitutional court in February. This footage was livestreamed by the Progressive Movement and shows Thai police entering their offices in Bangkok. Credit: Progressive Movement via Storyful



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