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The Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) have summoned the executive directors of the Dusit Thani Hotel and the Intercontinental Hotel to explain why they allowed anti-government protest leaders to stay in their hotels. According to CMPO spokesman Mr. Tharit Pengdith, the meeting will be called tomorrow, 11th Feb.
A number of core leaders of the People’s Committee for Absolute Democracy, including Mr. Suthep Thaugsuban are said to have stayed at the hotels during breaks from the anti-government rallies nearby.
Mr. Tharit went on to say that the CMPO will press charges against anybody who continue to support the PCAS financially and that the CMPO will continue to use restraint and peaceful strategy against the PCAD’s attempts to besiege governmental departments in order to avoid any possible losses.
Officials in 36 governmental organisations have been allowed to resume their works after PCAD protesters ended the siege of their offices, Mr. Tharit said in the press conference.
Arrest warrants for PCAD leaders who had disrupted the General Election on 26 January and 2 February have also been issued, according to the spokesman. Mr. Tharit insisted that CMPO will proceed with the prosecution and the arrests as soon as possible.
So far, CMPO has received 20 cases of election obstruction, he said.