The government is ready to lift the Internal Security Act (ISA) once security agencies give an assurance that the streets have completely returned to normal, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said before attending a House meeting for the censure debate on Sunday morning.
Ms Yingluck said security agencies were holding a meeting to assess the situation before reporting to the cabinet.
If they believe the situation has returned to normal, the government will then lift the ISA, she said, but did not mention an exact date.
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