Summary of Thai Army’s orders since the declaration of Martial Law on 20 May 2014

Posted: May 21, 2014 in Uncategorized

Martial law serves no benefit to democracy and freedom.

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Summary of Thai Army’s orders since the declaration of Martial Law on 20 May 2014

The Royal Thai Army unilaterally declared the Martial law which has been in effect since 03.00 am on 20 May 2014 throughout the country citing that the law will prevent escalating violence and to restore public law and order. The Peace and Order Maintaining Command (POMC) has been established by the Royal Thai Army to restore law and order in the country and dissolved the Centre for Resolution of Emergency Situation (CRES) previously set up by caretaking cabinet. The Commander-in-chief of the Royal Thai Army is appointed as the director of POMC.

In addition, the military announced that military officers are deployed in all areas and assigned as enforcing officials of the Martial Law to maintain public peace and order.

Order No. 01/2014

The military ordered radio stations, television stations, satellite and cable TV stations…

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