After the clash of protest in Thailand - Stock video

Anti-Government, Art, Art And Craft, Artist, Asia

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Stock video ID:480545435
Upload date:March 22, 2014


After the clash of protest in Thailand. Destroyed cars left at the protest area near Democracy Monument, Ratchadamnoe Road, Bangkok. The clash between the anti-government and police took place on February 18, 2014. Four people were killed in the clash. After the clash, artists painted national flag of Thailand on these destroyed cars. Anti-government protesters protest against the current government and demand political reform. National-flag things (such as national flags, national-flag clothes, and national-flag accessories) and whistles (such as blowing whistles) are used as the symbol of protest rallies.
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