The emergency in Thailand has been lifted to silence protests. It was released a week earlier for months of protests against the Prime Minister and the monarchy. The Thai government withdrew on Thursday. The British media BBC reported this.
These pro-democracy activists, led by students, have demanded the resignation of the Thai Prime Minister and the removal of the king. The government declared a state of emergency last Thursday (15 October) to end the protests. A state of emergency was declared and curfew was imposed on more than four people. However, despite the curfew, more people participated in the protests.
An official statement said that a state of emergency was declared because of the violence.
Earlier on Wednesday, protesters issued a three-day ultimatum to the Thai Prime Minister to resign. Meanwhile, he will have to resign. Otherwise, they will protest again.