Bangkok governor to assess designated rally grounds after 1 monthPolitical activists from the We Volunteer group prepare to walk to Lan Khon Muang in front of the City Hall office in Phra Nakhon district on Friday to mark the 90th anniversary of the Siamese Revolution on 24 June 1932. (Photo: Pornprom Sattrabhaya)City Hall will review the use of seven locations in Bangkok for public demonstrations after one month, Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt said on Sunday, although there had been no problems so far. The governor said he was encouraged by the peaceful rally and atmosphere at Lan Khon Muang on Friday and hoped the opening of seven sites for activities would put an end to conflicts as people have venues to express their opinions. Lan Khon Muang in front of the office of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration near the Giant Swing was the first to be used for the purpose. Mr Chadchart said he hoped issues other than politics would be addressed at the designated demonstration grounds to show that people could co-exist with different opinions.
Source: Bangkok Post June 26, 2022 22:55 UTC