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<p>The Appeal Court has sentenced a lecturer from a leading university to a month in jail for criticising and defaming the court.</p> <p>According to&nbsp;<a href="">Matichon Online</a>, the Court of Appeal on Thursday, 26 November 2015, sentenced Sudsanguan Suthisorn, a lecturer of the Faculty of Social Administration of Thammasat University, to a month in prison.</p>
<p>Military officers in northern Thailand summoned a group of anti-establishment red shirts for a discussion after they wore red shirts.</p> <p>According to&nbsp;<a href="">Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR)</a>, military officers in the northern province of Chiang Rai summoned Somchai Saengthong and three other red shirts for a meeting at the 37th Army Division on Monday morning, 2 November 2015.</p>
<p>Thai military officers have asked the coordinator of a northern anti-establishment red shirt group not wear a red shirt to show support for the former Prime Minister. &nbsp; &nbsp;</p> <p>According to Thailand Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR), military officers from the 34th Army Division on Monday, 26 October 2015, summoned Siriwat Jupamadta, coordinator of the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD), the main red shirt faction, of the northern province of Phayao for a discussion.</p>
<p dir="ltr">The Thai junta ordered removal of an aerial of a local anti-establishment red shirt radio station in Isan, Thailand's Northeast.</p>
<p dir="ltr">The Thai junta has prohibited an anti-establishment red shirt group to organise a discussion on the 2015 Constitution Draft, saying that the group would propagate false information to malise the regime. &nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
<p>Military officers paid a visit to an anti-establishment red shirt man in northern Thailand, asking his opinions on Thailand’s new draft constitution.</p> <p>According to the&nbsp;<a href="">Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR)</a>, four military officers in plainclothes on Saturday afternoon, 29 August 2015, came to have a discussion with Siriwat Jupamadta, a coordinator of United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD), a red shirt group, at his office in the northern province of Phayao.</p>
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<p>The Thai authorities should end efforts to cover-up abuses committed by soldiers during the 2010 political violence and prosecute all sides responsible for rights violations, Human Rights Watch said today.</p>
<p>A provincial court in northern Thailand has sentenced three anti-establishment red shirts to three years’ imprisonment each with the jail term suspended for hanging a banner with a message deemed seditious.</p> <p>On 22 July 2015, the Provincial Court of the northern province of Chiang Rai sentenced Od Suktako, Thanomsi Namrat, and Suksayam Jomtan, three red shirts from Mae Suai District of Chiang Rai, to four years in jail each under Article 116 of the Criminal Code, Thailand’s sedition law, for hanging a banner with a message viewed as sedition.</p>
<p>The Appeal Court sentenced an anti-establishment red shirt to almost 27 years in prison for possessing and offering to sell illegal weapons.</p> <p>On 17 July 2015, the Appeal Court on Ratchadaphisek Road of Bangkok sentenced Surachai Tevarat, aka Rang, a 31-year-old member of the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) to 26 years and 8 months imprisonment.</p>
<p><a href=";section=11">Khaosod English</a>: Politicians from Thailand's two rival political camps have been asked by the military junta to attend a forum on its national reform efforts this Friday.&nbsp;</p>
<div> <div>Jaran Ditapichai is a anti-establishment red-shirt leader, leftist and ex-communist who has fled Thailand to France after the coup on 22 May 2014. Prachatai interviewed Jaran about his exile life and how he will fight for Thai democracy from abroad. &nbsp;</div> </div>
<p><a href=";typecate=06&amp;section=">Khaosod English</a>: A Redshirt activist has been released from custody at a secret location and cleared of any connection to the recent bombing on Koh Samui island, a junta spokesperson says.&nbsp;</p>