Pro Democracy plaque vanishes less than 24 hours after protesters install it in Bangkok

Bangkok –

A new so-called ‘People’s Plaque’ reportedly mysteriously disappeared at an early hour today, September 21, after it was freshly installed at a pro-democracy overnight protest in Bangkok yesterday.

Student activists from the United Front of Thammasat and Demonstration had re-installed a symbolic democratic plaque at a field in Sanam Luang during a mass protest on Sunday to replace a memorial plaque from the Siamese Revolution of 1932 that also mysteriously disappeared in 2017. Thai Government officials claim they did not know what happened to the prior plaque.

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