- Thai police warned that there are laws prohibiting food from being served in public places
- It was reported The People’s Movement is offering 30 set of Genghis Khan cuisine for 599 baht
The basis of holding a rally and grilling food together was warned by Thai police on Monday.
It was reported that anti-government protesters that they might break laws if they serve Genghis Khan pork during a rally outside Parliament on Tuesday.
There are laws prohibiting cooking in public places, as well as activities that obstruct traffic and pedestrians, added Poj Maj Gen Piya, who is the city police spokesman.
The People’s Movement plans a rally on Samsen Road outside Parliament from 3pm on Tuesday to put pressure on senators and MPs to vote the charter amendment bill proposed by Internet Law Reform Dialogue (iLaw), also called the people’s version since it was signed by 96,000 people.
The People’s Movement offers 30 sets of Genghis Khan cuisine to be served between 4pm and 9.30pm on Tuesday for 599 baht. One set is for up to three persons and it comes with nine selected foods, including pork, shrimps, vegetables and dipping sauces.
It is one of the seven versions proposed to Parliament and the most controversial one since it allows changes to be made to the chapters on the form of government and the King.
The protesters promised to stay on until lawmakers voted for the iLaw draft and planned a picnic outside Parliament while they wait for the vote on the first reading
This could be a show of resilience as protestors demonstate that they are all in for a long haul.