by Stingray; 4/19/2013
At the Government House on the 18th of April, Thailand’s prime Ministery, Yingluck met with Thailand’s National Security Council chief, Paradon Pattanathabutra, to discuss the Deep South militant crisis. In the meeting, the prime Minister approved budget and plans for surveillance camera. The militant have often been captured from surveillance camera evidence, and is known to destroy the system before attack. The implementing of the system, have been going on with several governments of the past, but often rocked with corruption, and thus the Deep South surveillance camera system has a reputation of not being reliable. Concerning peace talks with the militant, Pradon said the discussion with the militant will go forward, focusing on reduction of violence. “We are keeping a close watch on the Deep South security situation,” said Paradon.