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RT @tulsathit: RT @Tulip_Oum: Abhisit: Democrats ready to support people movement within constitutional means.-@jin_nation

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RT @veen_NT: Abhisit: PM is the centre of problems so she is not right person to undergo reform.

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UPDATE:

Protesters black out National Police Office

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BANGKOK: -- Anti-Thaksin regime demonstrators late this afternoon besieged the National Police Office and demanded all the police working inside to leave the office by 6 p.m. today.

Full story: http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/685084-thai-protesters-cut-power-to-police-headquarters/page-2?p=7094455#entry7094455

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RT @tulsathit: Abhisit left it vague on how far Dems will go in backing street rally. It's up to anyone's interpretation of "w/in constitutional means"

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Phuket throat slasher arrested in Patong
Phuket Gazette

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Confessed killer Aung Htre returns to the pond where the body of 24-year-old construction worker Than Zaw was dumped. Photo: Kritsada Mueanhawong

PHUKET: -- Police have arrested one man for the murder of Phuket construction worker Than Zaw, 24, a Myanmar national whose body was found dumped in a pond near the Patong Municipality offices on Sunday.

Full story: http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/685105-phuket-throat-slasher-arrested-in-patong/

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RT @tulsathit: RT @veen_NT: Abhisit: Anti-govt protest leaders are campaigning independently but "we do share same goal of eliminating TS regime."

RT @tulsathit: Abhisit to govt: When you can't function, what's the point of staying on? via @Nattha_ThaiPBS

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Police say emergency law is unnecessary yet to control protests

BANGKOK: -- The Center for the Administration of Peace and Order spokesman said today it is still unnecessary to impose emergency law in the capital to control the ongoing protests and seizures of government offices as the police are still able to maintain the situation.


Assurance of the police-led Center came as there is concern that the security law imposed on Bangkok and three surrounding provinces might not be sufficient for the police to use as tool to control the situation. A senior metropolitan police officer has earlier suggested the imposition of the harsher emergency law so as to enable the government to draw soldiers to help the police in controlling the situation.

But the army chief has made clear to his assistant that soldiers would stay neutral and would remain in their barracks.

The police center spokesman Pol Maj-Gen Piya Uthayo said the police would resort only to negotiations to deal with the protesters and significantly to avoid confrontation with the protesters.

He said the existing security law was enough to control the protests.

However, he said the police were concerned about “third hands” which might intervene and deteriorate the situation.

He also denied allegations by protesters that the police have used black cloths to cover CCTV cameras installed near the scenes of protest rallies so as to allow the police to crack down on protesters without evidences from video footages.

Source: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/police-say-emergency-law-unnecessary-yet-control-protests/

-- Thai PBS 2013-11-28

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RT@Tulip_Oum: Naewna.com reports Nakornsawan governr has joined #whistleblower demonstration today, said prov hall belong to the people not PM

RT@tulsathit: Police hospital director has denied claims protesters had cut off power to his hospital.

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RT@isAMare: Suthep told media that he'll clarify every issue on the stage late tonight

RT@isAMare: Suthep will respond to PM's address around 8 pm tonight

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Police General Hospital director denies there's power cut by protesters; hospital uses different cable from Police HQ which was cut by demonstrators /MCOT

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