Earlier, I was told how train and plane passengers heading to the Capital were experiencing tighter security checks than normal.
It was also said that all the taxis' windows were wound up and deactivated if they were electric.
For manual windows, the rolling handle bars were simply removed.
Something about guarding against dissidents from hiring taxis and throwing anti-gahmen pamphlets out unto the streets while the congress is in session.
This sign on the right was spotted at the lobby of my hotel.
It said that new guests must have their luggage opened and inspected by the hotel staff before they can be checked-into the hotel.
Despite all these actions making the whole place very tense, I actually felt safer.