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Protesters at the rally against the Pheu Thai Party in Bangkok.

Yesterday evening, another protest rally took place in Bangkok against the decision of the Pheu Thai Party to join a coalition with parties supporting the former government.

Protesters gathered at the intersection of Pathumwan and marched to the Ratchaprasong intersection, holding banners and lanterns as a "symbol guiding the way to democracy."

Protesters at the rally against the Pheu Thai Party in Bangkok.

Protest leaders urged the Pheu Thai Party to fulfill its pre-election promise to voters not to align with parties supporting the junta and to return to the coalition of 8 parties led by Move Forward.
Previously, Pheu Thai candidates and leaders pledged that the military would not participate in politics, but now the party is negotiating with the Bhumjaithai and Palang Pracharat parties to form a coalition to secure a majority in parliament during the upcoming vote.
Protesters at the rally against the Pheu Thai Party in Bangkok.
Party leaders promised to continue exerting pressure on Pheu Thai until the prime ministerial vote and the government formation are completed.
Afterward, the protesters peacefully dispersed.
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