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Chiang Mai 'free of coloured politics'

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The army and Chiang Mai's governor on Sunday declared Chiang Mai a “colour-coded politics-free” province. 

The northern province is known as a stronghold for the red-shirt United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) and the Pheu Thai Party.

33rd Military Circle commander Maj Gen Sarayuth Rungsri said he believed there were now no “colour-clad people” in Chiang Mai and it appeared the military need not monitor any one or any group in particular as before.

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