The group held talks with deputy MEA governor Wirat Chansiriwattana and members of the MEA labour union at their office in Chidlom yesterday .
Suthep told the press that the meeting was aimed at campaigning for political reforms, which focus on an end to the country’s widespread corruption. The move is part of the PDRC’s daily campaign for national reforms.
He added that another rally is slated to be announced on April 30. The PDRC has launched their campaign earlier this month to urge government officials to defy the government and to join the cause of the anti-government protesters.