Support for Thailand democracy

PHOTO: PETER DOWDEN
PHOTO: PETER DOWDEN
Otago Polytechnic student Apisit Uthakhankong (26, left) and Otago Language Centre student Aundalin Pawattanasoot (28), both from Thailand, elicit horn toots from passing motorists in Albany St, Dunedin, yesterday evening as part of worldwide protests against the Government of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, which have included demands for reform of the Thai monarchy. 

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