Two more MPs of the opposition Democrat Party have resigned their executive posts to join the anti-amnesty rally at Samsen railway station.
They are Sathit Wongnongtoey, a Trang MP, and Supachai Srila, a Ubon Ratchathani MP, both deputy secretaries-general of the party.
Earlier, four deputy party leaders in each region resigned from their positions as executive directors to lead the rally. They are Korn Chatikavanij from Bangkok, Issara Somchai from the Northeast, Siriwan Pratsajaksatru from the North and Thaworn Senneam from the South.
Mr Sathit said he declared his intention to resign as a party deputy secretary-general on Oct 30 after Surat Thani MP Suthep Thaugsuban announced the launch the rally at Samsen railway station. He had already submitted a resignation letter to party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva.
The resignations are to prevent the party from dissolution in case some people ask the Election Commission to do so, citing the participation of party exectives in an anti-government rally, he said.
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