Ruling will follow weeks of protests by a student-led movement demanding that Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha and his government step down and that the constitution be amended to be more democratic.
Over 1,000 protesters marched towards the 11th Infantry Regiment in Bangkok. They believe the army undermines democracy in the country.
The pro-democracy protesters have been demanding Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and his government step down, the constitution be amended, and the monarchy reformed to make it more accountable.
Thousands march against lacklustre education system while others protest with giant "asteroid" balls and half a dozen T-Rex characters representing the country's "political dinosaurs".
At least 41 people have been wounded after anti-government demonstrations turned violent, medics say.
Prayuth’s government holds the majority in parliament because his junta picked the entire upper house before an election last year that opponents say was designed to keep him in power.
Protests since July have increasingly called for reforms to the powerful monarchy, breaking a long-standing taboo against criticising the institution, as well for the removal of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and a new constitution.
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The months-long rallies, lead by students, have been calling for a rewrite of Thailand's military-scripted constitution and an end to alleged government harassment of political opponents, as well as reform of the once-unassailable monarchy.
Office of the Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha announced that he was not quitting, ignoring protesters' Saturday night deadline to resign.
Malay Muslims’ insurgency is a result of the Thai government’s aggressive approach towards the minority group, and the decades-long disregard for their independent history, ethnic language and culture.
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