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FORSEA 18h
Today marks 5 years since the military coup staged by the Thai army on . Thais all around the world gather to protest again the junta and demand democracy. The resistance continues
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Saksith Saiyasombut 10h
Exactly five years ago, the country suffered yet another . Five years later, it is likely that military rule will continue under a different guise and further entrenching the polarized fronts in Thai politics…
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FORSEA 18h
In Sydney, LA, Paris, London and Berlin, protesters commemorate the of on . The resistance continues
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Pavin May 21
Five years after the coup, Thais around the world come together to protest against the military's intervention in politics. FORSEA organises this event around the world, from London to Berlin, from LA to Sydney. See here.
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CNBC Feb 11
Why was trending on Twitter? Here's what you need to know about a potential military coup in Thailand.
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Richard Barrow 🇹🇭 🇬🇧 Feb 10
Trending on Twitter last night in was the hashtag (). This rumor has been fueled by the recent political upheavals and sightings of troop movements. Though the latter can be explained by Cobra Gold. But nevertheless, we should keep an eye on this.
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Free Mind May 16
Probably because the current monarchy does not command the same blind following as the previous.
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Free Mind May 14
Since coronation, persecution of activists took a new turn for the worst. Proof of fear of the palace?
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Richard Barrow 🇹🇭 🇬🇧 Feb 10
Police are looking for the person who forged a Royal Gazette announcement that the Army Chief and other armed forces leaders had been removed by the junta leader. ♦️ Police Seek Perpetrators of Fake Junta Order Removing Army Chief
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Mark J Smith May 10
"Chachavalpongpun of Kyoto University detailed long list of cases of electoral fraud & irregularities, including miscounts, government employees pressured to support promilitary parties, vote buying & identity theft."
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Funkruary Feb 11
There’s news that every personel in the military have had their ID taken away, so they can’t vote and they were told to register for election... We really need help...
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Funkruary Feb 11
I think we need Batman...
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Andrew C Feb 11
I wrote in this previous article that protests were likely to be expected in the coming days and weeks due to Princess Ubolratana's disqualification. Now people are seeing military vechicles in Bangkok streets. Coincidence? Think not.
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THAILAND_for_FUTURE 22h
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AG May 20
: Reverse the legacy of five years of military rule, urge , , and UCL on the eve of the fifth anniversary of the
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Free Mind May 14
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Mark J Smith May 13
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Mark J Smith May 13
Now Juangroongruangkit of to be driven overseas & dissent crushed in - @http://www.khaosodenglish.com/politics/2019/05/13/pai-dao-din-summoned-to-testify-against-thanathorn/
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Mark J Smith May 13
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Mark J Smith May 13
Much more will now follow to warn citizens - Anti-Junta Activist Assaulted at Court. Guards only intervene after two minutes of beating, no arrest?!
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