Hundreds of Thai gay activists have raised rainbow flags in Bangkok throughout a professional-democracy rally in the cash.
They danced and sang in the metropolis centre, exactly where law enforcement had been deployed. There were no experiences of any violence.
Saturday’s rally was the newest in a collection of youth-led protests contacting for the federal government to resign.
Typical Prayuth Chan-ocha seized ability in a coup in 2014, and was later named as prime minister by the navy-appointed parliament.
“We are below these days largely to call for democracy. When we achieve democracy, equal rights will comply with,” a younger protester instructed Reuters.
He claimed that LGBT groups in Thailand “do not but have equivalent legal rights in society, so we are contacting for both of those democracy and equality”.
In modern times Thai pro-democracy activists have been defying a govt ban on community gatherings amid an ongoing coronavirus outbreak in the state in south-east Asia.