PAD stirs up the silence majority to oppose Thaksin
The People's Alliance for Democracy launched a convoy on Tuesday to drum up the opposition to the People Power Party, seen as the proxy of former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, ahead of the balloting on Sunday.
"It is time for the silence majority to choose between the nation and Thaksin," PAD adviser Pipop Thongchai said in reference to undecided voters and those planned not to vote.
Pipop said he counted on voters to put the country back on course by ending the Thaksin legacy via the rejection of the PPP.
The PAD convoy will lead a daily march til Saturday to encourage voters to cast ballots for any other parties than the PPP. It has scheduled pass through crowded places in Silom, the Victory Monument, Sanam Luang, Bang Kapi, Suan Luang, Bang Khen and the Ma Boon Krong shopping complex.