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By Thaweeporn Kummetha |
<div><span>Since the coup d’état on 22 May, while the human rights situation has deteriorated and Thai people have tried to voice their disapproval of the coup d’état in the face of suppression by the junta, the international community has played a role as a voice denouncing the military government and urging the junta to respect human rights.&nbsp;</span></div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Britain is one of the countries with a clear stance toward the coup. </div>
<div>British Ambassador Mark Kent on Thursday met with junta leader and Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha and urged the general to return democracy to Thailand and respect human rights.</div> <p></p>