Part 2 – Views of Government House buildings



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Part 2 - Views of Government House buildings - September 14, 2008

Part 1 - At Government House with the PAD
Part 2 - Views of Government House buildings
Part 3 - Signs around Government House
Part 4 - More views around Government House


Normally, Children's Day is one of the few days the public is allowed into Government House, but cameras are not allowed and one is not allowed to walk around the entire area. During the PAD occupation, people are wandering throughout the complex.


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Interesting false second floor on the north side of Government House to disguise air conditioners and other machinery


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The front lawn covered with protesters


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People have set up campsites in every area of Government House compound


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Makeshift showers with wanted posters of Thakisn and Pojaman

Next: Part 3 - Signs around Government House

PAD's "final war" - August-September, 2008
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