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Trade union protest Thailand

At 10am members of the Workers Organisation for Democracy gathered in front of the Bangkok Remand Prison demanding Bail for Somyot. Somyot has been detained at the Bangkok Remand Prison for one year and his Bail right’s been denied.

The workers went on to demonstrate at the Government House and submitted workers’ petition to the Prime Minister. This is the third petition to the PM.

The workers’ petition was submitted along with the 112 letters sent to Thai government by human rights and workers activists around the world calling for Somyot’s release.

Before leaving the Government House, the workers shouted “Free Somyot” and sang Solidarity song and Workers’ March to support Somyot.

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