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Thousands of protesters have to the streets in Thailand's capital Bangkok, despite the government a state of emergency. Police dozens of the pro-democracy demonstrators. They have been in cities across Thailand and online for over three months. Many of the protestors students, but they are joined by a wider cross-section of society. They are for a new constitution to a true constitutional monarch under a democratic system. They are also the dissolution of parliament, the of Thailand's Prime Minister, and an end to "the intimidation of government critics".

The government said the protests have, " the government's stability, safety, property and staff". It said the protests , "no longer a peaceful assembly," and were a threat to national security. The government a ban on gatherings of more than five people and the publication of online messages that could " national security". Police 22 people on Friday for public disorder offences. There three prominent activists among those arrested. Footage showing a woman being up by police and put into a police car went viral on social media. Police also the crowds and warned demonstrators they could prosecuted for violating the emergency decree.

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