Thailand's Prime Minister on Thursday revoked emergency measures imposed on Bangkok in a bid to pacify pro-democracy protesters calling for the resignation of his government and monarchy reform. The new order, which came mentioned that the situation had returned normal and pre-emergency law enforcements would now suffice. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Wednesday said he is taking the first steps to "de-escalate" political tensions on the condition that "there are no violent incidents" and asked protesters to work through representatives in parliament. The protesting organizations however said that even though the emergency rules have been lifted, the government still had not responded to any of the key demands. Protesters threatened to intensify agitation if the prime minister didn’t resign in three days.