Wad Rawee

26 May 2016
In January 2013, the Criminal Court convicted and sentenced a magazine editor to ten years in prison in Thailand. His crime was violation of the lèse majesté law by publishing and disseminating two articles. The court proved the guilt of the editor by asking witnesses to read the articles in question and interpret them for the court. Upon listening to the interpretation of these witnesses, the court concluded that the editor must have reached the same interpretation. Therefore, this indicated that the editor intended to defame the king by printing and disseminating the two articles.
24 Jun 2015
About 20 people gathered to commemorate the 83rd anniversary of the so-called ‘Siamese Revolution’, at the Royal Plaza, Bangkok, under the close watch of plainclothes officers.
25 Jun 2014
unofficial translation by Nicha RakpanichmaneeOn the commemoration of June 24, 1932 revolution 
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