The statement argues that by identifying the precise locations, Bangkok will be able to stop gatherings from threatening the dignity of others as well as the peace, safety, morality, and national security of the country. Bangkok has designated seven public spaces where people may congregate in accordance with the Public Assembly Act, but it has also made it plain that protesters must contact the appropriate authorities before using the spaces.

Another suggestion provided to the participants or demonstrators is to protect public property. The group must assume responsibility for any harm to public property. One crucial requirement of the notification was that protesters provide each district office one day’s notice of their gathering or activity. The formal document approving the seven public sites in Bangkok was signed today by Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt. The demonstrators or representatives should visit the district office in addition to making phone calls or sending emails. The protester must call the district police to confirm the facts and details after sending the email through the email channel.

Larn Kon Mueng Ground in Phra Nakhon district, Larn Kon Mueng Ground in Din Deang district, the parking lot in front of the Phra Khanong District Office, the public spaces below the Ratchawipha Interchange in Chatuchak district, and Larn Kon Mueng Ground in Chatuchak district. The 72nd Anniversary Stadium in the Min Buri district; the Chalerm Prakiat Sports Center in the Tung Kru district; and Monton Piron Park in the Taling Chan district.

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