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Students who move to retreat Lumpini Park unlike other support


A SPRINTER group of the People's Army against the Thaksin regime has so much growing support from the public that the government is now considering whether the Internal Security Act pulled extend enforcement.
The splinter group is the students and Thailand People's Network for reform. It has been organizing its rally on Urupong Intersection since Thursday night, when the people's army committed to their demonstrators back to the Lumpini Park
After the People's Army gave the ISA enforcement and some demonstrators were withdrawn furious that their leaders promise not disperse from the front of the Government House broke. So the Sprinter group staged a rally at the intersection, the affected adjacent but outside the areas Security Act.
On the first day of the rally, the protesters numbered only a few hundred and were led by student activists Ramkamhaeng University.
But that night small incendiary bombs and bags with Poison Ivy, the protesters were thrown from the highway that put a media spotlight on the group. And more people started to come to the rally, also because the group was separated from the people's army, which does not support the public.
Many people are unsure whether the people's army has an ulterior political motive. And because the students and People's Network for Thailand reform has a better image, more and more people have joined the rally.
The network is closely monitored by officials. Speculation that the group can move its rally prompted police to call the ISA and narrow streets around Government House 14.
Safety authorities to assess the situation and believe that leaders of the rally are Urupong student activists from the San Saeng Thong party.
Former student activists have also gone to the site to offer advice on how to organize the rally. These included Nitithorn Lamluan lawyer, a coordinator of the Green Group Policy.
The group has attacked the government on the development of the cost of living and falling grain prices. The rally was also joined by members of the middle class and some supporters of political groups. Peacekeeping Police spokesman Maj General Piya Uthayo yesterday said the number of protesters to 1,100 Urupong on Sunday evening climax.

A Government House source security Urupong the group said was one of two factions of the People's Army. The source said, agreed by the People's Army to disperse from Government House on Thursday, the group broke into three. The first group of the people's army withdrew Lumpini Park It has about 150 to 200 protesters.
The second group are the students and People's Network for Thailand Reform, led by Uthai Yodmanee, President of the Students Organisation Ramkhamhaeng. They are supported by Nitithorn, a leader of the yellow-shirt movement. The Democrat Party has its Blue Sky satellite station used as a mouthpiece for the Urupong group.
Some students from vocational schools joined the rally Urupong on weekends and after school. Some office workers also joined the rally after work, and some protesters at Lumpini Park also went to the Urupong rally in the night, so that the number of people was at its height greater than 1000. But most distributed after 10 clock.
The source said a third group of Thai grain Polsuwan was performed. It only has about 30 followers. Thai grain group has been camping at Sanam Luang.
. Whether the three groups have really broken, or whether - "intelligence agencies have no evidence that the three groups outside Government House to reunite and there is no indication that any of the three groups is more and attract more followers, but the situation is uncertain found they have only shared responsibilities ... [as] police decided to close streets to prevent them from the siege of Government House. "

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