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By International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) |
On the 10th anniversary of the 22 May 2014 military coup, the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) calls for a review by the executive government and parliament of Thailand of all remaining NCPO orders, including those already enacted into law, with a view to repealing or revising those non-compliant with the rule of law and Thailand’s obligations under international human rights law.
By Prachatai |
On the 9th anniversary of the 22 May 2014 military coup, activists put up a banner in front of the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) calling for the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), leaders of the 2014 military coup, to be held accountable.
By Prachatai |
The Khon Kaen Provincial Court has dismissed charges against 26 people accused of planning rebellion against the junta in 2014, but fined 18 of the defendants for violating the NCPO Order banning gatherings and sentenced 2 to jail for being in possession of an explosive.
By Sorawut Wongsaranon |
<p>Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) has shared data of cases under the military government, when security forces brought cases related to violent political incidents dating back to 2010 using special laws, like Martial Law, announcements and orders issued on the authority of constitutions written by the military government themselves. People were arrested and interrogated in military camps before being transferred to both military courts and the courts of justice for prosecution.</p>