Kasit Piromya, the foreign minister, is the main target of the renewed red-shirted protest today. But he vows to stay on -- unless he is indicted as one of the members of People's Alliance for Democracy's accused of breaking the law at the height of the yellow-shirted protest late last year.
"I am ready to resign if I am charged. Then, I will be going back on the streets to resume my role as an activist," he told reporters.
So, if the foreign minister quits, it won't be because the red protestors plan to gather in front of the foreign ministry tomorrow to demand his resignation.