Number of protesters arrested in August reached 260, including 70 children and youths, while 53 got injured

Thailand’s political temperature is rising in August 2021 as protesters have returned to the street to call for General Prayut Chan-o-cha to step down from his position due to the Prime Minister’s failure to manage the COVID-19 crisis, including the issues of vaccine administration, economic downturn, and intense rollout of new rules for restricting freedom […]

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31/08/2564

23 citizens-juveniles charged with 28th February protest incident (#ม็อบ28กุมภา) before the court allows the bail.

On 28th February 2021, the police arrested 23 citizens divided into 19 citizens and 4 juveniles whose ages are under 18. The police disbanded the demonstration (#มอ็ บ28กุมภา) held by ‘REDEM’ group, and pressed 6 charges against 22 individuals and 5 charges against a citizen. The arrest took place at Din Daeng Metropolitan Police Station.  […]

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01/03/2564

Public Statement on “The Declaration of Severe State of Emergency and Crackdown on Protests”

On October 15, 2020, General Prayut Chan-ocha’s have declared a severe state of emergency in Bangkok claiming that “a number of groups have solicited, incited, and acted to organize a public assembly in violation of the Public Assembly Act” in Bangkok. Through various means and channels, the rally has made to create chaos, disruption and […]

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15/10/2563

Statement on the Arbitrary Arrest and Detention of Mr Charoenchai Sae-tang

On 1 July 2017, military personnel and ununiformed authorities have invoked power under Article 44 of the interim Constitution to arbitrarily arrest Mr Charoenchai Sae-tang, an activist who campaigned to have Article 112 of the Thai Criminal Code (lèse-majesté) revoked, and confiscate his communication devices. Charoenchai was unlawfully arrested at his residence in Bangkok, and […]

TLHR

07/07/2560
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