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The Thai Prime Ministers deputy secretary-general Tawat Boonfueng addresses a large rally on the Royal Plaza to protest against Thailands strict Lese Majeste law and legal restraints on freedom of speech on January 29, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Article 112 of the Thai penal code allows for a maximum sentence of 20 years for insulting the royal family. The red-shirts claim the Lese Majeste law is misused to silence political opponents.