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With an expected swell of holiday weekend travellers, cars on the road, and people celebrating the New Year holiday, the Royal Thai Police broke some bad news to the 80,000-member police force: officers are not allowed to take any holiday leave for the end of the year. The announcement ordered 80,000 police officers that no extra days off or holiday leave will be approved between Christmas Day on December 25 and after the new year, up until January 4. All hands are needed to maintain order and assist as people move around the country and millions flock to the capital. […]

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Seems the upper echelon police are looking/hoping for a money grab during the holidays.  Need to keep as many hands extended as possible ... for collections.

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