(6 February) Rama VIII Bridge is once again open to public after anti-government protesters dismantled their campsite there.
Normal traffic on the bridge resumed this morning, traffic police announced.
However, some protesters, led by the People′s Committee for Absolute Democracy With the King As Head of State (PCAD), are still occupying a number of roads in the area around eastern side of the bridge, such as Jor Por Ror Intersection and Phan Fah Intersection on Ratchadamnoen Avenue.
PCAD protesters also remain at 5 other majors intersections and roads throughout Bangkok: Government Complex in Chaeng Wattana Road, Pathum Wan Intersection, Saladaeng Intersection, Asoke Intersection and Ratchaprasong Intersection.
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