[Analysis] Seven years after the coup: Lawsuits under the NCPO regime as “lawfare” (part 2)

The coup d’état on 22 May 2014 has left greater long-lasting legacies and enduring challenges for the resumption of democratic rule in Thailand than any previous coup over the past few decades. After the junta that launched the coup, the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) ruled the country for five years, one month, […]

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03/06/2564

Military authorities can still arbitrarily detain civilians Analysis of the Head of the NCPO Order no. 9/2562 that repealed some Announcements/Orders that are no longer necessary

On 9 July 2019, Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha in his capacity as the Head of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) issued the Head of NCPO Order no. 9/2562 to repeal 70 NCPO Announcements/Orders and Head of NCPO Orders. Since staging a coup on 22 May 2014, the NCPO has issued a total of 557 […]

TLHR

11/07/2562

The Military Court’s direction to suppress publication of witness testimonies and court dockets in the case against Mr. Thanakorn

The Bangkok Military Court has conducted a hearing on a probable case against Anon Nampa, an attorney on 3 October 2018 at 13.30. It stemmed from the publication of evidence given by the prosecution witness, Maj Gen Wijarn Jodtaeng, in the case against Mr. Thanakorn (last name withheld) who was accused of sharing Rajabhakti corruption […]

TLHR

04/10/2561

Military Court will conduct an inquiry on a civilian lawyer for allegedly disseminating a testimony of a military witness

Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) writes to draw your immediate attention to the certain situation of Military Court’s inquiry of a civilian‘s defense lawyer Anon Numpha for allegedly sharing a testimony of a military witness adduced by a military prosecutor. Tomorrow, the Bangkok Military Court is going to inquire Mr. Anon Numpha at the […]

TLHR

02/10/2561
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