In order to avoid any possible unrest, the NHRC said in its statement, all parties concerned should comply with the following proposals;
1. The People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) and other anti-government groups must hold their protests in a peaceful manner and without weapons, in line with the democratic principles and the 2007 Constitution.
The government must facilitate the protests and ensure safety of the protesters. The government must refrain from using force to deal with the protesters and try to settle the problem under the rules of law and the principles of democracy and human rights.
2. The media must report the situation based on the actual fact for the best benefit of the general public and their reports must be made in a constructive way, enhancing peace in the Thai society.
3. The government, the protester groups and all concerned sectors must help prevent the rallies from turning violent. The state must deal with the protesters in line with the international standard, with an aim to facilitate a peaceful protest.
The statement said the NHRC hoped that all parties would join hands to prevent any violence from occurring and would exercise their rights and freedom in line with the law and refrain from any action that could lead to violence or an abusing of human rights.