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<p>The Thai military summoned four leaders of an activist group in Isan, Thailand’s northeast, for joining the blessing ceremony for an anti-junta student activist who staged an activity to commemorate the 2014 coup d’état last month. &nbsp;</p> <p>At 10.30 am on Friday, military officers in the northeastern province of Kalasin summoned four activists from the local <a href="">Ban Na Mun-Dun Sat Environmental Protect</a><u>ion Group</u> for a talk.&nbsp;</p>
<p>The Thai authorities in northeastern Thailand have refused to meet villagers protesting against a plan to survey land ownership around a national park. &nbsp;</p>
<p>Activists from Thailand’s northeast held a symbolic activity to condemn the junta’s plan to grant petroleum concessions in the region to business interests while pointing out that the Thai junta’s promise to return happiness to the nation is a lie.</p>
<p>Thai villagers from seven provinces came together to petition the authorities to resist mining activities, demanding an investigation into health impacts allegedly resulting from mining.</p>