Thailand's army has deposed the elected government and seized power.
Ousted Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra was summoned for talks with the new military leader - and she is also among 150 people banned from leaving the country.
The camps of both pro- and anti- government groups have been dismantled and protesters ordered to return home- and a curfew is in place.

All eyes are on the military chief - and whether he will be able to restore stability in Thailand.

With several Western powers condemning the coup, does General Prayuth Chan-ocha have his work cut out for him? 

Presenter:  Mike Hannah 


Sean Boonpracong: He is an adviser to the prime minister's office and a former national security adviser.

Tim Forsyth: A professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Benjamin Zawacki:  an independent Southeast Asia Analyst.


Source: Al Jazeera