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Section: Government & Politics - The government will keep the situation on 26 February under close surveillance, especially during five hours after the court delivers the verdict of the 76 billion THB asset seizure case of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
Acting Government Spokesperson and Deputy Secretary-General to the Prime Minister, Dr Panitan Wattanayagorn, stated that the government would monitor the situation on 26 February closely, especially five hours after the court finished pronouncing the verdict. He reasoned that feelings of people toward the judgment would be strongest during that period.
The spokesperson said tight security measures …