The group is planning to gather on the lawns of Chulalongkorn University, at 2PM on Friday, in front of the twin statue of King Rama V and King Rama VI.
The Nation summarized the key objectives of the movement as follows:
"- A show of unity for peace against some groups of people.
- People who have occupied public roads and the right of way are asked to disperse, as Bangkok residents have been held hostage by their fight against the government in the past several weeks.
- People who have insulted the monarchy are asked to stop doing so.
- The movement is against a House dissolution at an inappropriate time.
- The movement is against amending the Constitution to benefit wrongdoers."
In parallel, 1,000 representatives of 25 tourism and related associations will also convene tomorrow in Bangkok's Lumpini Park to protest against violence and urge all parties to quickly resolve the political conflict.
In addition, tourism and related businesses in major tourist cities, including Chiang Mai, Pattaya, Phuket, Udon Thani, Samui and Krabi, will join a separate event to call for a peaceful and quick resolution.
[Source: The Nation]
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