While repression against anti dictatorship activists has been documented before (see here
), a recent report by Human Rights Watch, HRW, has catalogued the full extent of repression
by Thailand’s military junta. HRW found that since the coup in May 2014, over 1,600 people are being tried in military courts while another 1,300 have been detained for varying periods of time by the military for re-education purposes. Opposition to the military is steadily increasing and last week, around 1,200 health workers issued a statement calling
for the end of military rule and immediate general elections.
Free all political prisoners in Thailand!
Abolish Article 112!
End military dictatorship!