Anti-establishment protesters, led by the Ratsadon group and Salaya Student groups, are gathering this evening on Aksa Road in Bangkok.
Pol Maj-Gen Piya Tavichai, deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, said today that the Salaya Student group had already sought permission, from Bang Plad police, to hold rally between 4pm and 3am Monday morning at the Aksa and Utthayarn Soi 13 roads.
He said that the protesters must strictly comply with the Public Assembly Act, by confining their activities to those two roads.
Additionally, protesters must refrain from presenting any written messages deemed likely to cause public unrest, or which are defamatory, or cause noise louder than 150 decibels. They must also remain at least 150 metres from a palac