Despite the cancellation of the Red Shirt rally, the Thai Cabinet recently imposed the Internal Security Act (ISA) from Saturday 29 August - Tuesday, September 1, to perform in the area of Dusit District. This was due to the plans of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) to gather up and hold a rally.
This caused the government to deploy hundreds of military officers to control and monitor the situation closely along the streets in the capital’s Dusit District until midnight, Tuesday, when enforcement of the Internal Security Act was due to end.
After the Act expired, the government, however, decided to remain and continue to have some police officers and military police stationed at Government House, as usual. This was in order to monitor and follow up the situation as the red-shirt supporters still plan to set up another rally on September 19.
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