This week there was a demonstration at the Democracy Monument in central Bangkok by scores of activists against the undemocratic nature of the current military crafted constitution. Activists had to be very careful to not breach any of the junta’s repressive policies against freedom of expression. A separate protest was held last Friday, in defiance of the junta’s repressive public assembly law, calling on Parliament to move a no-confidence motion against the junta. Meanwhile the crackdown on any dissent and criticism continues. Recently octogenarian writer, Sulak Sivaraksa was charged under the Lese Majeste Act, while Arnon Nampa, a human rights lawyer, has been charged under the Computer Crime Act.
Free all political prisoners in Thailand!
Abolish Article 112!
End the military dictatorship!
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