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Prachuap Khiri Khan provincial police have been told to clamp down on any attempts to occupy or sell public space along the route of the planned royal motorcade of His Majesty the King on Coronation Day. 

His Majesty has granted an audience to the royal family and civil servants on Coronation Day next Monday, May 5.

Pol Maj Gen Thanes Soonthornsook, provincial police chief, said Monday he had ordered all officers involved in traffic and safety issues to come up with measures to prevent gangs and opportunists from occupying and then selling space at the roadside for the upcoming auspicious event.

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