Authorities were confident they could easily handle the group of anti-government demonstrators still camping at Lumpini Park on Friday following the lifting of the Internal Security Act (ISA), saying they present no threat.
Traffic returns to normal on Friday outside Government House after the Internal Security Act was lifted on Thursday night. (Post Today photo)
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra signed her approval for the revoking of the ISA on Thursday night, only hours after the amnesty bill tabled by Pheu Thai MP Worachai Hema cruised through the first reading in parliament as the government used its clear majority to get its own way, brushing off a desperate stand against it by the opposition.
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