A few hundred people gather at the Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre

A few hundred people gathered at the Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre, Siam Square, on 3 January 2014 to call for peace amid the escalating tension over the political deadlock as a result of the current anti-government demonstrations, led by Suthep Thaugsuban. They call for an end to the protests and urge the country to move on to the general election, scheduled on February 2.

A few hundred people gathered at the Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre, Siam Square, on 3 January 2014 to call for peace amid the escalating tension over the political deadlock as a result of the current anti-government demonstrations, led by Suthep Thaugsuban. They call for an end to the protests and urge the country to move on to the general election, scheduled on February 2.

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