National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)

10 Jul 2014
The junta reportedly instructed the Thai Foreign Ministry to revoke the Thai passport of  Pavin Chachavalpongpun, an anti-coup well-known Thai scholar, who is now teaching at Kyoto University, Japan.  The cancellation of Pavin's passport is due to his failure to report himself to the junta's 's  National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) after he was ordered to summon twice. The authorities later issued an arrest warrant against him on 13 June. 
9 Jul 2014
4 Jul 2014
  The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has spent 12.5 million baht (about 386,000 US dollars) on free screenings of the patriotic movie ‘Legend of King Naresuan 5’ as part of the “Resurgent Happiness” campaign of the junta.   The free screenings for about 250,000 BMA employees and students of BMA schools, will be held during two weeks from 8 July.
24 Jun 2014
Paris, 24 June 2014: Thailand’s military junta, the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), must immediately stop the harassment and arbitrary arrest and detention of peaceful anti-coup protestors, FIDH said today.


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