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Pattaya Daily News

20 May 2010 :: 23:05:36 pm 21175

Pattaya Feels the Effects of Government Restrictions

Pattaya’s Officials joined in a large press conference in order to make their announcements of the situation and the success of last nights’ curfew which has been extended for another three nights.
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Pattaya 20th May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News] At Pattaya City Hall, Mr. Senee Jittakasem (Chon Buri Governor), Mr. Phornchai Khaunsakun (Chon Buri Deputy Governor), Vice-admiral Theerawat Srithaphorn (Sattahip Naval Base Commander), Major general Winai Sangsukdee (Army14 Commander), Police Major General Thanet Phingnammueng (Chon Buri Police Superintendent), and Mr. Itthiphon Khunpluem (Pattaya Mayor) joined in a press announcement which involved several mass medias of the curfew taking place in Chon Buri province.


Mr. Senee Jittakasem stated that it was found that the local residents had co-operated very well with the curfew and it appeared that overall, the residents of Chonburi did not have any worries regarding the situation which has now been extended for another three nights between the hours of 9.00pm – 5.00am whereby residents are not to venture out.  Any one needing to travel during these hours will have to show evidence to officers for inspection, whilst foreigners need to show a valid passport.

However the sensitive areas such as Laem Chabang Port, the oil refinery, the tourism venues and the officer’s properties, it was particularly well guarded to prevent any violent incidents occurring. In the Chon Buri area talks with the protest leaders had proved successful. Officers are keeping a vigil over the movements of the UDD group especially the UDD Radio station and Mrs. Juleephorn Sinthuphrai’s (Pattaya Red Shirt President) group that has not shown any signs of violence. The situation of burning tyres that occurred last night was not found to be an uncontrollable problem, added Chon Buri Governor.   

Mr. Khunplume stated that it had established an Information Center in Pattaya City for people to call regarding information of any situation and news under the curfew. The telephone number 1337 is open 24 hours.  It is with the cooperation of Chon Buri Police, Chon Buri Administration, Army 14, Marine, and Pattaya Security Department.
The decision to impose a curfew came after the red shirts decided to set fire to important venues in Bangkok and local areas. Thailand’s Center for the Resolution of Emergency Situation (CRES) announced the curfew in the capital and 23 other provinces including Pattaya and Chonburi province.
Officers are keeping an eye on the movement of the turbulent red shirt group with the participation of local residents.


Yesterday reports of a fire started by a suspect on the overpass no. 7 part 5 in North Pattaya, was an attempt to fuel the situation.  However, the investigating officer was successful in dampening the fire which involved a chemical tank and a small bottle containing the oil used as fuel which was left at the scene.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : Politics News

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