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Cabinet extends Internal Security Act (ISA) enforcement until end of

BANGKOK, April 28 – Thailand’s caretaker Cabinet today extended the Internal Security Act (ISA) in the capital and its adjacent provinces for another two months amid worries over possible confrontations between rival political groups. Government deputy spokeswoman Sunisa Lertpakawat said the ISA, which is due to expire at the end of this month, will be […]Read More

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Thai Government confident April 5 political rallies under control

BANGKOK, April 1 – Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister/Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said today that the Internal Security Act (ISA) is sufficient for the authorities to control the situation on April 5 when both anti- and pro-government groups will set their mass rallies in motion. Mr Surapong, as chief advisor to the Centre for the Administration […]Read More

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State of emergency revoked in Bangkok, security act imposed

BANGKOK, March 18 – The caretaker Cabinet today revoked the emergency decree and replaced it with the more lenient Internal Security Act, to be invoked in Bangkok and a few neighnouring provinces. A government spokesperson said the Internal Security Act will be enforced in Bangkok and Nonthaburi provinces, Lat Lum Kaeo district of Pathum Thani […]Read More

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Internal Security Act replacing Emergency Decree: Surapong Tovichakchaikul

BANGKOK, March 17 — The caretaker cabinet, at its weekly meeting tomorrow will revoke the emergency decree and return to use of the Internal Security Act (ISA) to handle the political situation, according to caretaker Deputy Prime Minister/Foreign Affairs Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul. Mr Surapong, chief advisor to the Center for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO), […]Read More

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Internal Security Act extended in Bangkok, adjacent provinces

BANGKOK, Dec 25 – The Thai Cabinet today extended enforcement of the Internal Security Act (ISA) for two more months to maintain law and order in Bangkok and its adjacent provinces as anti-government protesters pledged to intensify their campaign to oust the caretaker government. Members of the caretaker cabinet convened today at Royal Thai Air […]Read More

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Protests force closure of six roads in Bangkok

BANGKOK, Nov 24 – The ongoing protests have already forced six roads to be closed to traffic, while intelligence reports indicated that anti-government demonstrators planned to lay siege to government offices in areas under the Internal Security Act (ISA) as well as all television stations, aiming to paralyse traffic in the capital, according Centre for […]Read More

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Bangkok enforces Security Act to handle anti-government protesters

BANGKOK, Oct 9 – The Thai Cabinet today imposed the Internal Security Act (ISA) in three government-critical districts of Bangkok to maintain law and order during the rally of an anti-government movement. The Cabinet resolution came as the People’s Army against the Thaksin Regime moved from their months-long rally site in Lumpini Park to Chamai […]Read More