Thailand’s first Juvenile “Mimi” who was charged for violating the Emergency Decree, acquitted of all charges, Juvenile court ruled.

On 22 September 2022, Thailand’s Juvenile and Family Court read the verdict of “Mimi” an 18-year-old activist. She was the first child charged with violating the Emergency Decree for her activism at the #25Oct20 protest at Ratchaprasong Intersection. “The defendant was only 16 years old at that time and was interested in the nation’s political situation, thus, […]

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23/09/2565

August 2022: 1,853 people politically prosecuted in 1,120 cases

In August 2022, at least 29 individuals are still in detention during their political trials. Arrests under section 112, the lèse-majesté law of Thailand’s Strictest Criminal Code continue to occur periodically with the police usually seeking arrest warrants from the court immediately without issuing summons prior to making an arrest . Additionally, the court continued […]

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16/09/2565

A statistical profile of minors charged for political expression and protest, 2020-2022

*Last updated on 16 September 2022 According to TLHR database on Juvenile prosecution (from 2020 onwards), at least 283 youths from 211 cases have been prosecuted for political expression and protest. After the phenomenon of continuous leaderless protest from 2nd August 2021 to the end of October 2021 at Din Daeng Triangle, the youth activist […]

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16/09/2565

Jatuporn “New” Sae-Ung sentenced to three years in prison for mocking Queen Suthida, currently on temporary release with bail.

On 12 September 2022, the Bangkok South Criminal Court sentenced Ms. Jatuporn “New” Sae-Ung, a 26-year-old pro-democracy activist, to 3 years of imprisonment for the violation of  Section 112 and 1,500 baht fine for violating the Public Assembly Act. The lèse-majesté  law is one of Thailand’s strictest Criminal Code. The accusation made against Jatuporn was […]

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15/09/2565

Political Cases in 2022: 3 Cases Heard in Closed Trials, No Notetaking Allowed in 11 Cases, Court Whittled Witness List and Did Not Issued Subpoenas in Lèse-majesté Cases

In 2022, political prosecutions, deriving from political assembly and expression, remain intense. Particularly, cases initiated in 2020-2021 have been indicted, and as such, witness examinations and presentation of evidence by the defense go on constantly in court trials nationwide.    In addition to the issue of the right to bail during the ongoing defense, as well […]

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27/07/2565

By mid-2022, the number of citizens and activists who have been harassed by government officials total 191. At least 19 youths are among this number, with the youngest being 13 years old. 

Abuse of authority continues to be conducted by government authorities. Harassments of citizens and activists at their homes, offices, and education institutions without any warrants regularly occur, thereby normalising the situation. Moreover, the authority of government officials in such operations cannot be verified.  Base on the TLHR database, since the beginning of 2022, citizens and […]

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21/07/2565

How many days have these individuals been politically detained?

30 political detainees got their bail refused, many of whom are covid positive. 3 are on hunger strikes, and 4 are protesting the court for the injustice they received…Since March 2022, there are at least 30 political detainees whose bail applications were denied by the court..🔴 5 are charged with Section 112 (lèse-majesté) including:🔴 1. #Methin has […]

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21/07/2565

Thailand: Deteriorating health and arbitrary detention of two pro-democracy activists

On 7 July 2022, the Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, a partnership of FIDH and the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT), requests your urgent intervention in the following situation in Thailand. Description of the situation: The Observatory has been informed of the deteriorating health of Natthanit Duangmusit, aka “Baipor”, and Netiporn Sanesangkhom, aka “Bung”, […]

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08/07/2565

Letter From Bung-Bai Por, on hunger strike in Central Women’s Prison after Fifth Denial of Bail

On the 90th anniversary of the transformation from absolute to constitutional monarchy on 24 June 1932, Thai Lawyers for Human Rights shared a letter written by Bung and Bai Por. They are both being detained in the Central Women’s Correctional Institution in Bangkok without bail after being accused of lese majeste/violation of Article 112 after […]

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28/06/2565
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