United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD)

20 Jul 2015
The Appeal Court sentenced an anti-establishment red shirt to almost 27 years in prison for possessing and offering to sell illegal weapons. On 17 July 2015, the Appeal Court on Ratchadaphisek Road of Bangkok sentenced Surachai Tevarat, aka Rang, a 31-year-old member of the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) to 26 years and 8 months imprisonment.
20 May 2015
(New York, May 19, 2015) – Five years on, the Thai government has not prosecuted those responsible for the 2010 political violence in Thailand, Human Rights Watch said today.
1 May 2015
After the state broadcasting agency abruptly ordered a red-shirt TV off air on Thursday night, the station issued a statement against the order, saying that it was partial and motivated by politics.
1 May 2015
Thai authorities have issued an order to shut down immediately a TV station affiliated with the anti-establishment red shirts.   Jatuporn Prompan, one of the key leaders of the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD), a red-shirt group, posted on his Facebook profile on Thursday evening that the authorities issued an order to immediately stop Peace TV, a TV station affiliated with the UDD, from being broadcast.      
30 Apr 2015
The Thai military abruptly stormed into a TV station affiliated with anti-establishment red shirts to shut down a TV programme deemed sensitive to national security.
27 Apr 2015
Thai authorities have suspended the broadcasting license of a TV station affiliated with the anti-establishment red shirts for allegedly showing programmes which are threats to national security.
20 Apr 2015
30 April will be the fourth anniversary of the deprivation of freedom of the red-shirt political magazine editor, sentenced to 10 years in jail for articles he did not write. His wife has been very supportive and became active campaigner against Article 112
16 Apr 2015
30 April will be the fourth anniversary of the deprivation of freedom of the red-shirt political magazine editor, sentenced to 10 years in jail for articles he did not write. His wife has been very supportive and became active campaigner against Article 112
13 Apr 2015
Thai authorities have shut down two satellite TV stations affiliated with the anti-establishment red shirts for seven days in the name of national security.
9 Apr 2015
Khaosod English: A top Redshirt leader says he will comply with the junta's orders to scale back an event planned for Friday to commemorate the Redshirt protesters who were killed in the 2010 military crackdown. 
11 Feb 2015
In the case of the forged royal statement, a red-shirt suspect has to stay in jail because he cannot afford bail, while the ultra-royalist yellow-shirt media web editor walks free after being granted bail by the military court. It is considered rare for a lèse majesté suspect to be granted bail by a military court.
4 Feb 2015
The Thai police on Wednesday arrested a red-shirt activist for distributing the fake statement which said King Bhumibol had decided to appoint a Regent to act on his behalf.    The statement, falsely claimed to be from the Bureau of the Royal Household, was distributed on Monday night.    Krit B., the suspect, was accused of offences under Article 112 of the Criminal Code and offences under Computer Crime Act (CCA) for distributing false information on a computer system.    Krit is an active mem

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