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<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>
<p>A politician from the Pheu Thai Party recently released from military custody has told the media that his daughter has been pressured to leave the country. &nbsp; &nbsp;</p>
<p>The Military Court has released embattled Pheu Thai Party politician Watana Muangsook.</p> <p>The Military Court of Bangkok at around 5:40 pm on Thursday, 21 April 2016, released on 80,000 baht bail Watana Muangsook, 59, a politician from the Pheu Thai Party who was detained by the military for so-called attitude adjustment, a period of detention with lectures forced upon political dissidents by the junta.</p> <p>He will be released after being transferred to Bangkok Remand Prison on Thursday evening.</p>
<p>The Thai junta has announced that a well-known politician from the Pheu Thai Party currently in detention may face two years in prison for violating a regime announcement.</p> <p><a href="">The Daily News&nbsp;</a>on Tuesday, 19 April 2016, reported that Watana Muangsook, a politician from the Pheu Thai Party currently detained at a so-called attitude adjustment camp, may face two years’ imprisonment for violating National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) Announcement No. 39/2014.</p>