BANGKOK, Jan. 21 (Xinhua) -- Around 30 red-shirted protestors were demonstrating in front of Thailand's Parliament on Wednesday during the first day of the Lower House convention.
The protestors planned to submit a letter to Premier Abhisit Vejjajiva demanding the House dissolution or the Premier's resignation, the website by Thai language-newspaper Thai Rath reported on Wednesday.
Also, they demanded the government to postpone the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit which is planned to be held in the central resort town Hua Hin of Prachuab Khirikhan province from Feb. 27 to March 1, the website said.
Meanwhile, some 150 policemen were guarding in front of the Parliament and readied, if the protestors would attempt to enter in to the Parliament.
The red-shirted people are believed to come from the anti-government group -- Democratic Alliance Against Dictatorship (DAAD), which has threatened to hold protests during the ASEAN summit, if the government would not remove Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya.
The DAAD's demand to remove Kasit, who was known as a supporter of the People's Alliance for Democracy's (PAD) political movement.
Kasit, before taking office, once commented that the closure of Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang airports late last year by the PAD in the climax of protests, which caused great loss to the country's tourism industry and international image, was "fun".