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TABLE DIMENSION: 108″x60″x30″ (274x152x76CM) PLAYFIELD: 12MM THICKNESS, BLUE MDF FRAME: 13x23MM METAL FRAME LEG: 19x19MM METAL AROUND TUBE BALL BEARING: 50MM METAL PACKAGING: 159.6 x 144.5 x 7.5CM N.W : 48.8KGS G.W : 54KGS
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TABLE DIMENSION: 108″x60″x30″ (274x152x76CM)
PLAYFIELD: 12MM THICKNESS, BLUE MDF
FRAME: 13x23MM METAL FRAME
LEG: 19x19MM METAL AROUND TUBE
BALL BEARING: 50MM METAL
PACKAGING: 159.6 x 144.5 x 7.5CM
N.W : 48.8KGS
G.W : 54KGS
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(14 Apr 2010) SHOTLIST
1. Wide of “Red Shirt” protesters, who are demanding that Thailand”s prime minister dissolve parliament and hold elections, folding green plastic sheet
2. Man and woman packing their bags
3. “Red Shirt” protesters disassembling tent
4. Two protesters folding up sheet
5. Man unties flag from stick
6. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Akkarawat Pichetpongtorn, Red Shirt protester:
“The government wants us to give back this area. So we are giving this area back, so the government can”t come and crack down on us. Now we”re heading to Ratchaprasong.”
7. Protesters loading boxes into van
8. Pan left of pick-up truck loaded with protesters and their belongings
9. “Red Shirt” protesters walking on street
10. Pick-up trucks carrying protesters drive away
Anti-government protesters said they will consolidate their forces in the commercial heart of the Thai capital after cancelling a march Wednesday on a military camp where the prime minister has sheltered during their month-old campaign to oust him.
Leaders of the so-called “Red Shirt” protest movement said they will end their occupation of Phan Fa Bridge in a historic quarter of Bangkok and move to a second encampment at the Ratchaprasong intersection, which is lined with upscale shopping centres and five-star hotels.
Protesters have been occupying both sites since 3 April.
The shopping malls have mostly remained shut and the hotels have seen large numbers of guests check out, causing (m) millions of dollars in losses.
Protesters packed their belongings and their tents and travelled on pick-up trucks provided by organisers to take them to the second camp.
The government has been asking the demonstrators to leave the area since last week.
A failed attempt by security forces to flush thousands of “Red Shirt” protesters out of their Bangkok encampments over the weekend ended with bloody street battles leaving 21 killed and hundreds wounded in Thailand”s worst political violence in nearly two decades.
“The government wants us to give back this area,” said Akkarawat Pichetpongtorn, a “Red Shirt” protester. “So we are giving this area back, so the government can”t come and crack down on us. Now we”re heading to Ratchaprasong.”
Protest leaders said the consolidation into one site would make the movement more powerful and strong enough to deal with the government crackdown.
The group is sticking to its demand that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva immediately dissolve Parliament and hold elections.
At loggerheads in the years-long struggle for power in Thailand are the rural supporters of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra – whose ouster in a 2006 coup exposed the country”s deep political divisions – and the traditional ruling elite represented by Abhisit and his allies.
The “Red Shirts” claim Abhisit, whose supporters include business leaders, the military brass and members of the urban middle class, took power illegitimately.
The “Red Shirts” said they will decide what step to take next after the end Friday of a raucous three-day celebration of Thai New Year, or Songkran, which doused some of the tensions that have kept Bangkok on knife-edge since 12 March.
The Songkran festival, an annual ritual of dancing, heavy drinking and water fights, saw revellers flooding some streets on Tuesday.
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