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TU students urge 'no vote'


The Thammasat Student Union yesterday launched a ‘Vote for No Vote’ campaign to convince voters to tick the ‘No Vote’ box on their ballots.
Thammasat University Student Union will tomorrow begin its awareness campaign urging voters to tick "no vote" on their ballots as a gesture of protest against the April 2 election.

"Students will fan out to campaign in public places including Silom Road and Siam Square," student union chairman Surapong Boondecharak said yesterday.

Student campaigners expected the "no vote" ballots would derail the Thai Rak Thai Party's attempt to legitimatise itself via the vote, he said.

The campaign intends to encourage voters to protest at the ballot box rather than through a boycott, Surapong said.








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