Article 216

11 Sep 2015
Despite the possibility of heavier jail term, an anti-junta activist charged with violating Thai junta’s political gathering ban vows to stand firm on principles and fight on. The Court of Pathumwan District, Bangkok, on Friday morning, 11 September 2015, held the first plaintiff examination hearing on a case of Apichat P., an anti-coup activist, who has been charged with violating the junta’s National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)’s Order No. 7/2014, which prohibits any political gathering of more than five persons.
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