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Police gear for possible trouble ahead of court's verdict on Future Forward Party tomorrow

By THE NATION

 

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Police are preparing measures to ensure public safety and order at the Constitutional Court tomorrow where the verdict on a request to dissolve the Future Forward Party will be delivered, said Pol Maj Gen Somprasong Yenthuam, deputy metropolitan police commander of security today (February 20).

 

The court is set to rule on the dissolution case , filed on the grounds that its leader, Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, loaned the party Bt191 million ahead of the 2019 election.

 

“Officers from two police stations, Makkasan and Thungsonghong, will join forces to patrol perimeter of the Constitutional Court on Chaeng Watthana Road and monitor the behaviour of Future Forward Party's supporters who are expected to gather at the court tomorrow,” he said. “Furthermore, we will dispatch an additional company of officers from Crowd Control and Protection Division if the situation escalates”.

 

Somprasong added that there are no sign of trouble at the venue as of now. “We will also deploy police officers at the head office of Future Forward Party on New Phetburi Road where some of the party members will be stationed tomorrow," he said.

 

Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan said today that he did not have any concern regarding the court’s verdict tomorrow, and believed that all precautionary measures would be in place to handle the situation, adding that “Whatever the verdict is, the Future Forward Party must abide by the court’s decision”.

 

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Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30382493

 

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"monitor the behaviour of Future Forward Party's supporters 

==> then they, and by extension think us, are stupid; placing shills in a mob is a generation's old trick and then of course blaming the wrong party, pure staged instigation

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18 minutes ago, webfact said:

Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan said today that he did not have any concern regarding the court’s verdict tomorrow

Radically stupid people rarely have concerns 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Police are preparing measures to ensure public safety and order at the Constitutional Court tomorrow where the verdict on a request to dissolve the Future Forward Party will be delivered,

'public safety' my posterior. That's the last thing on their mind.

All they want is to suppress any demonstration by intimidating people.

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15 hours ago, webfact said:

Police are preparing measures to ensure public safety

Polite way of saying crackdown on democracy I guess

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

“Whatever the verdict is, the Future Forward Party must abide by the court’s decision”.

If the junta allows the party to remain, they can claim Thailand is fair.  If they choose to dissolve,  it will be government gone wild again episode 3. 

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20 hours ago, webfact said:

Police gear for possible trouble ahead of court's verdict on Future Forward Party tomorrow

Now it's the time to get the new army vehicles on standby at the court area and a few hundred soldiers. 

Show them Who's Boss.

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Prayut and Prawit should permanently dissolved in barrels for what they done to the country. Future Forward should be given honors of service to Thai nationals.

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Is this what’s causing an ERROR when trying to read TV without VPN? Can access with VPN.

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The Democracy Monument becomes a yet more symbolic monument to rally around.  Despite the fences and all the yellow.

Or will it be removed one night while no-one saw anything and no cameras were working.

Dark times.

 

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I guess ISPs were gearing up too. Just unplug and oops, no nasty comments in ze internetz.

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 Andrew MacGregor Marshall a Scottish journalist and author,

focusing mainly on human rights, conflict, politics and crime, mostly in Asia has posted some interesting

thing on this today.

 

Google it

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