Resistant Citizen

18 May 2015
An anti-junta group plans to file charges against the Thai junta leader and his associates for instigating rebellion to topple the constitution.  
26 Mar 2015
The military court granted bail to one of the four embattled anti-junta activists from Resistant Citizen, a pro-democracy activist group. At around 2.20 pm on Thursday, Bangkok’s military court granted 70,000 baht (2,150 USD) bail to Pansak Srithep, a pro-democracy activist and father of a boy killed by the military during the 2010 political violence. At press time, media and supporters of Pansak were waiting for Bangkok Remand Prison officers to release Pansak.
17 Mar 2015
  The concept of “national security” is manipulated at the hands of the military
16 Mar 2015
The military court refused to detain the four anti-junta activists charged with violating junta’s public gathering ban after the police filed charges against them. The Bangkok’s Military Court at 6.30pm on Monday denied the custody request submitted by the military prosecutor against the four anti-junta activists, reasoning that the four came to report to the police and there is no flight risk.
13 Mar 2015
After anti-junta activists urged the court of justice not to let military courts try civilians, the Thai junta responded by pointing out that special security measures are needed to maintain national security and warned activists that a planned rally might be viewed as creating a situation. Col Winthai Suwaree, the spokesperson of the junta’s National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) on Friday stated that extra security measures are needed to maintain national security under the current volatile circumstances and that the standards of the military and civil courts are the same.
12 Mar 2015
Pro-democracy activists charged with defying the Thai junta’s orders have submitted a statement to the court of justice, urging the judicial authorities not to let military courts try civilians.   Four activists from Resistant Citizen, a pro-democracy activist group, on Thursday afternoon submitted a statement to Bangkok’s Ratchadaphisek Criminal Court to call for the court of justice to resist the junta’s orders in letting military courts try civilian defendants.
26 Feb 2015
The military’s Judge Advocate General’s Department has accused human rights lawyer Anon Numpa of publicising anti-junta information on his Facebook page. 
20 Feb 2015
Thai police summoned a human rights lawyer accused of organizing a peaceful anti-junta demonstration on Valentine's Day to clarify his Facebook messages deemed seditious to the military regime.      
16 Feb 2015
An anti-coup student activist group from Thammasat University has condemned the charge against a student activist, who will be the first student tried in a military court. 
14 Feb 2015
The police on Saturday arrested four activists for organizing a peaceful anti-coup activity and charged them with violating the junta’s orders.   The four are Sirawit Serithiwat, a student activist  from Thammasat University, Pansak Srithep, a red-shirt activist and the father of a boy killed by the military during the 2010 political violence, Anon Numpa, a human rights lawyer from Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR), and Wannakiet Chusuwan, a pro-democracy activist.    Police at Pathumwan Police Station charged them with v


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