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Abdullah Alamin
Aug 02, 2022
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LGBT groups want the government to give everyone equal rights to marriage by amending the Civil and Commercial Code , rather than passing a separate Civil Partnership bill, because although it empowers LGBT marriages, it still discriminates (in essence) against LGBT marriages. On July 26, Sombat Boonngamanong, a well-known political activist and leader of the "Smile Party" (Grin party), hosted anti-government demonstrators to a McDonald's meal. Anyone who abused Prime Minister Prayuth can enter and receive free food. . Hashtags such as "I am hungry I won't tolerate it" and "let them digest in our stomach" were retweeted by netizens on Twitter. The latter also echoes the hashtag "let it end fax number list with our generation" that appeared in previous demonstrations. Student demonstrators wash dishes with Prime Minister Prayuth's face on them during a demonstration on July 30. They say that Prayuth is difficult to "wash away", but all the problems come from him. They also want to wash away Thailand's double standards. The demonstration was in response to a Facebook post by a Phalang Pracharat MP: "Everyone wants to help the country, but no one wants to help mom wash the dishes." One student responded with a slogan: "If politics were this good, my goddamn mom would have a washing machine long ago." On July 31, a group of students protested by holding up blank papers during an anti-government demonstration. When the police asked to investigate the blank papers, they were mocked by the Thai media. The idea of ​​Thai student demonstrators holding blank papers to protest should be borrowed from the demonstrations in Hong Kong that are struggling to resist the "Hong Kong version of the National Security Law". On August 3, a group of Thais dressed as Harry Potter characters publicly demanded royal reforms during a demonstration.
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