Thailand Protests: Court Protects Protesters from Government

THAILAND POLITICS PROTESTIn Thailand, the government can no longer use force against demonstrators trying to oust Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. A Thai Court on Wednesday, while endorsing the prime minister’s decision to impose a state of emergency, warned the government not to use force to disperse peaceful protesters. The country’s police chief said the court ruling would not affect the security operation, but added that there were no plans to retake more protest sites after Tuesday’s “Peace for Bangkok” mission saw the deadliest clashes since anti-government demonstrations began in November. CCTV’s Tony Cheng reports from Bangkok with the latest developments.

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