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<p dir="ltr">A well-known politician from Pheu Thai Party accused of sedition for posting on Facebook about <a href="">the missing 1932 Revolution Plaque</a> has vowed to fight charge.</p> <p>On 9 October 2017, the Criminal Court held a deposition hearing for Watana Muangsook, a politician from Pheu Thai Party, who was indicted for breaching Article 116 of of the Criminal Code, the sedition law, and the Computer Crime Act.</p>
<p>The police have released a politician known for his anti-junta stand, who is facing a sedition charge over his Facebook posts. &nbsp;</p> <p>On 1 August 2017, Watana Muangsook, a politician from the Pheu Thai Party, reported to the Technology Crime Suppression Division after he was accused of violating Article 116 of the Criminal Code, the sedition law.</p>
<p>The military has summoned an outspoken politician from the Pheu Thai Party to a military base for refusing to take part in the junta’s controversial reconciliation process.</p> <p>On 26 February 2017, Watana Muangsook, an embattled Pheu Thai politician, posted on<a href=";id=100005587187129">&nbsp;his Facebook account</a>&nbsp;that a military commander of the 21st Infantry Regiment had summoned him for a discussion.</p>
<p dir="ltr">A Criminal Court has dismissed a charge against a well-known Pheu Thai Party politician indicted under the Computer Crime Act for mocking a deputy junta head.</p>