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CMPO seeks understanding over inability to control rallies Phuket Gazette / The NationPHUKET: The government's Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) called for understanding from the public yesterday about its inability to enforce the law and control anti-government rallies following Civil Court's ruling on Wednesday.

CMPO member Tarit Pengdith, who also heads the Department of Special Investigation (DSI), said, "I expect more protests next week as there are many people agreeing and disagreeing with the PDRC [People's Democratic Reform Committee] and now there is no law to control [these protests]. That's why they [will] come.