Pheu Thai Party is planning to hold 10 major rallies at different spots across the country in a move to beef up public support to amend the Constitution and the Amnesty Bill, and also inform the public of the latest development on the infrastructure investment plan and the water management plan. They will also explain the many political problems facing the government and the country. Anusorn Iam-sa-ard, deputy spokesperson of the party, told the press Friday that the three-month House recess period would be used by the MPs to hold big rallies in different parts of the country. Prominent speakers will include Chatuporn Chaisaeng, former deputy leader of now-defunct Thai Rak Thai Party; red-shirt leader Jatuporn Promphan; Transport Minister Chadchart Sittipunt; and Deputy PM Plodprasop Suraswadi among others. The first rally will be held today at Udon Thani‘s Muang district followed by another at the Khon Kaen provincial hall tomorrow. Rallies are scheduled for Chiang Rai on June 1, Chiang Mai on June 8 and Rayong on June 15. Thaksin and Yingluck, Pheu Thai Party, Red Shirts and other Democratic forces in Thailand and the anti Democracy Elite Establishment are on a fresh out-break of a collusion course (Source).