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The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has reportedly “invited” news editors of 18 local newspapers, including the biggest circulation paper Thairath, to a “talk” on Sunday  at 2pm at the Thai Army Club on Vibhavadee Rangsit Road. 
The list contains all the major papers. All of them publish in the Thai language except the Bangkok Post. 
The Nation, an English language newspaper, is not on the list, but on Saturday, The Nation’s reporter Pravit Rojanaphruk, a vocal critic of the lèse majesté laws, was summoned to meet the coup makers. (Read more
The following is the list of the 18 newspapers, whose editors are “invited,” according to a personal Facebook message from Wassana Nanuam, a Bangkok Post reporter who is close to the military. (They are listed in Thai alphabetical order)
1 Krungthepturakij (Bangkok Biz News)
2 Khaosod
3 Kom Chad Luek
4 Daily News
5 Thairath
6 Thaipost
7 Neawnaa
8 Ban Muang
9 Bangkok Post
10 Bangkok Today
11 Prachachat Turakit
12 ASTV-Manager
13 Pim  Thai
14 Than Setthakit
15 Post Today
16 Matichon
17 Lok Wanni (World Today)
18 Siam Rath
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