Thailand protests: Coup not imminent, says minister

Saturday, 30 November 2013 - 11:30

Thailand's education minister has told the BBC he does not believe a coup is imminent as anti-government protests move into a fifth day.

Chaturon Chaiseng described the situation as "pretty serious" and the aims of protesters, to overthrow the government, as "unconstitutional".

But he said "so far" the army does not appear to be backing the protesters, a move needed for a coup to take place.

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