Home News A group of Phetchaburi people walks holding a sign in support of M.112, saying they must maintain it forever.

A group of Phetchaburi people walks holding a sign in support of M.112, saying they must maintain it forever.

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“Phetchaburi people” join to show their power to protect the institution ready to call on the governor Support government agencies as a place to exchange and hear about the institution constitutional

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On November 22, 2021, Mr. Parinya Udomsap led a group of over 60 Phetchaburi residents holding a sign asking for “Article 112 law must stay in Thailand, do not allow the Chan Rai people to amend and change” and “We will still protect the University of 112. preserved forever” to the Memorial Park of King Mongkut, Phra Nakhon Khiri (Sam Na Khao Wang), Mueang District, Phetchaburi Province

to show the power to protect the nation, religion, monarchy ready to submit a letter to the Governor of Phetchaburi Province to ask for the coordination of agencies in Phetchaburi Province as a place to exchange and listen to the people’s understanding about the constitutional monarchy with Mr. Paritat Wannasit, Director of the Damrongtham Center, Phetchaburi Province as a representative

Mr. Parinya said that in the past there have been attacks against the monarchy. and an announcement calling for the reform of the monarchy in 10 items, including the movement to amend Article 112 of the Penal Code, which he and the people of Phetchaburi province disagree with with the actions of these people who wish to overthrow the monarchy. monarch

He would like to honor and support Section 112 to remain with the Thai soil and to be enforced in the Constitution forever. and also urged the Governor of Phetchaburi Coordinate departments such as school Local government organizations, etc., to be a place to exchange and listen to the people’s understanding, especially youths about the constitutional monarchy. and reduce divisive thinking

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