Sunai Phasuk

Although the military court rejected the custody petition against the 14, they are still charged with a serious case with the penalty of up to 7 years imprisonment. What happened was just meant to improve the image [of the regime] and reduce pressure

<p dir="ltr">Sunai Phasuk, a researcher from Human Rights Watch, posted a comment about the release of the 14 embattled anti-junta activists on his<a href="">&nbsp;twitter account</a>&nbsp;on 7 June 2015.</p>