PALANG Pracharath MP for Ratchaburi province Pareena Kraikupt posted on her Facebook page that she was unable to sleep last night after reading four posts written by People’s Party leader Mr. Parit Chivarak, or Penguin, and went to the police station to file a complaint against him in the dead of the night, Amarin TV reported this afternoon (Dec. 3).
In her complaint Pareena said these four posts break the law because false information was published online, this action violates Computer Crimes Act with the judiciary and officials also being insulted.
She ended her post with hashtag message #Let it end in prison.
At the big demonstration that took place at Ladprao intersection last evening after the Constitutional Court cleared Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha of any wrongdoing in continuing to reside at a house within an army camp even though he stepped down as army chief six years ago a People’s Party leader said that a big movement will now be launched to push their demands, Sanook.com reported.
Mr. Attaphon Buaphat, or the headmaster, said this verdict shows that the judiciary is the most distant institution from democracy.
He then smashed a spirit house which was displayed on stage and announced that a big movement will be launched with people from all four corners of the country coming to the city to push their demands.
Later Penguin read the names of the nine Constitutional Court judges who made this ruling and burnt the list.
He said that Thai feudalism has been planted on many levels and the protesters had to remove them one by one.
Top: Pareena filing a complaint at the police station in the middle of night. Photo: Amarin TV
Below: Last evening’s protest at Ladprao intersection. Photos: Sanook.com