More than 500 village heads and community leaders in Lamphun gathered in front of the Province's city hall, handing out a letter expressing their support for the Yingluck Administration and its officials. They also showed their disagreement with the protesters' move to seize various government agencies.
Similarly, Nan's members of the United front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) traveled to the provincial city hall to hand out a letter of support for the Government. The group said that they disapprove the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC)'s movement to ban official news agencies from presenting government related news. The group then visited police reinforcements who were leaving for Bangkok to guard official premises.
Also in Amnat Charoen Province's Senangkhanikhom District, a band of 500 farmers and females assembled in front of the city hall to show support for the Government, as well as the Amnat Charoen Governor and local civil servants.