Yingluck Shinawatra & Internal Security Act

Yingluck Shinawatra (born 21 June 1967), or nickname Pu (crab ), is a Thai businesswoman and politician, member of the Pheu Thai Party, and the 28th and current Prime Minister of Thailand following the 2011 general election. The term 'Internal Security Act' is often given to a piece of legislation laying down regulations that enable the executive government of a jurisdiction to preserve the internal security of the nation. 1.3/5

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BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand's prime minister invoked an emergency law on Monday after demonstrators seeking to remove her from office occupied parts of the finance and foreign ministries. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra announced that the Internal Security Act would cover all of Bangkok and large pa...
UPDATE!!! Please share as much as possible. On 25th Nov 2013, PM, The unknown group (Many sources believe that it has done by policemen) has brought a large amount of black bags for covering public CCTV in Bangkok before Thailand's government, which is lead by prime minister, "Yingluck Shinawatra", has invoked the Internal Security Act or ISA (21:30) across Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Samut Prakan and Pathum Thani province. So please be our eyes and pick up your camera to record all unidentified actions. Take care of each other whether you are Thai or not. We don't know what will could possibly happen!!! Please use judgment to read. CLIP:::
BREAKING: Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has announced the decision to impose the Internal Security Act in the entire capital.
Thai PM extends Internal Security Act Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra extended on Monday an Internal Security Act to cover more areas of the capital, Bangkok, Nonthaburi just to the north, and districts to the east including where Bangkok's main airport is located. Yingluck, addressing the nation on television on a day anti-government protesters swarmed into, or around, state buildings in a bid to bring down her government, said the security act was being extended because of "ongoing events". The act allows authorities to impose curfews, operate checkpoints, restrict movements of protesters and act fast if rallies get out of hand.
Government invokes security law Pitak Siam rally national security threat, PM says Published: 23/11/2012 at 12:00 AM Tomorrow's Pitak Siam rally poses a threat to national security, which justifies the invocation of the Internal Security Act (ISA), Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said yesterday. Crowd control police officers rest in hammocks in the compound of Government House. They have been assigned to deal with tomorrow’s Pitak Siam rally. CHANAT KATANYU Appearing on the TV pool in the evening, Ms Yingluck said intelligence reports indicated that the rally was aiming at toppling the democratically elected government in violation of the constitution. She said the reports indicated that the protesters would use violence, storm government buildings and instigate public disturbances to achieve their objective. The prime minister said the government is duty-bound to maintain law and order and to protect the lives and properties of its citizens. Constitution Court backs off: Judges refuse to ban rally O ...
The cabinet has decided to impose the Internal Security Act (ISA) in three districts of Bangkok from today until Nov 30, as proposed by the National Security Council (NSC), Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung said on Thursday.
Ah now I know what I miss about Thailand...Lots of excitement, lol... ANTI-GOVERNMENT DEMOSTRATION Government invoke ISA in Bangkok to handle Saturday rally BANGKOK: -- The government will enforce the Internal Security Act for nine days, starting today, in three Bangkok districts to handle the anti-government mass rally scheduled this Saturday. Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yoobamrung said the three districts are Phra Nakhon, Pomprab Satrupai and Dusit. The National Security Council expected some 40,000 demonstrators to join the rally organised by Pitak Siam leader Gen Boonlert Kaewprasit at the Royal Plaza on Saturday, though police believed 50,000 people will show up. The ISA enforcement empowered the government to call military reinforcements if police failed to control the crowd. The decision was made in a meeting of ruling Pheu Thai Cabinet meeting and chaired by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. Police Commissioner General Pol Gen Adul Saengsingkaew had prepared 112 companies comprising 16,800 pol ...
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