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Yellow shirts gather to ‘protect’ parliament from protesters

Yellow shirts gather to ‘protect’ parliament from protesters

They demand no talks on monarchy reform

Royalists pose for a photo outside Parliament on Sunday with a message calling for more people to join them. (Photo from People’s Group to Protect the Monarchy Facebook account)

A number of royalists says they’ll stay overnight outside Parliament to “protect” the legislative compound amid speculation that it might be surrounded by anti-government protesters seeking to put pressure on Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to resign.

People wearing yellow started gathering on the pavements of Kiakkai Road outside Parliament on the eve of a special parliamentary session held in a bid to find a solution to the political crisis.

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