royal motorcade

11 Jan 2023
A man who was arrested in October 2022 for refusing to sit down and shouting at King Vajiralongkorn's royal motorcade has been indicted for royal defamation and resisting arrest.
28 Dec 2022
Two high school students were detained for over 6 hours yesterday (27 December) for flashing three-finger salutes  at an intersection on a road that was closed ahead of King Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida’s royal motorcade, while a food delivery driver said he faced police surveillance during the King and Queen's visit to the province.
14 Nov 2022
Last week, a group of activists in Nakhon Ratchasima were surrounded by police officers and prevented from protesting during the royal motorcade of Princess Sirindhorn, who was visiting a nearby school.
21 Oct 2022
A group of activists in Nakhon Ratchasima were detained by police on Wednesday night (19 October) after they stood next to the road holding a protest sign while a royal motorcade went past.
17 Oct 2022
A man was arrested on Saturday evening (15 October) at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre (QSNCC) and charged with royal defamation for refusing to sit down and shouting as King Vajiralongkorn's royal motorcade went past.
8 Apr 2022
Activist Tantawan Tuatulanon was blocked from going near the Temple of the Emerald Buddha yesterday (6 April) after she intended to wait for a royal motorcade.
11 Mar 2022
7 out of 9 activists who pleaded by the police for temporary detention for surveying public perceptions of royal motorcades have been released on bail.
9 Feb 2022
The activist group Thaluwang (“Through the palace”) conducted a poll yesterday (8 February 2022) at Siam Paragon shopping mall on whether people think they face trouble from royal motorcades, but were obstructed by mall security and the police.
1 Apr 2021
The prosecutor has filed suits against 5 activists and protesters for allegedly harming HM the Queen when a royal motorcade passed pro-democracy protesters on 14 October 2020.
16 Nov 2020
Thousands of protesters gathering at the Democracy Monument turned their backs on a royal motorcade passing Ratchadamnoen Avenue during a demonstration on Saturday afternoon (14 November), where people gave speeches on various social issues and called for constitutional amendments.  
4 Aug 2020
The Criminal Court has scheduled 14 September to hear the testimony of political activist Karn Pongpraphapan. The prosecutor has brought charges under the Computer Crime Act over comments about the monarchy that allegedly caused public disorder and affected the Kingdom’s security.
20 Jul 2020
Wirada Saelim on how young people living in the culture of fear in Thailand are using Twitter to engage in politics and speak about issues that are often seen as controversial. 


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