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100,732 People Propose Amendment Bills To The Constitution

THAILAND. Bangkok. Members of the Parliament (MP) voted on 24 Sept., to form a committee to study the constitution amendment bills, which was proposed...

Thais Do Not Want A Military Coup

THAILAND. Thai netizens put out tweets with an anti-military coup hashtag #ไม่เอารัฐประหาร (#WeDon’tAcceptCoup) amid mysterious military movements and the army chief’s attitudes towards leading...

High Schoolers Challenge Their Education Minister For A Better Future

THAILAND. Bangkok. High schoolers from over 50 schools across the country came together on 5 Sept to demand an education reform at the Ministry...

Thailand Found First COVID-19 Case After 100 Days Of No Local Transmission

THAILAND. Bangkok. A 37-year-old male inmate was tested positive for COVID-19 on 2 Sept, according to the Ministry of Public Health's press conference. The case...

A Facebook Group Discussing Monarchy Was Blocked, Then Returns

THAILAND. After the Thai government pressured Facebook into taking down illegal content, a controversial group discussing monarchy with over a million members, “Royalist Marketplace,”...

True Democracy: A Shared Goal Among People From Across Thailand

THAILAND. Bangkok. “Dictatorship shall fall, democracy shall rise,” a phrase over 15,000 pro-democracy demonstrators chanted throughout an anti-government rally at Democracy Monument on 16...

University Ban Did Not Stop Students From Exercising Their Political Rights

THAILAND. Bangkok. Despite the inclement weather and the ban from Chulalongkorn University (CU), students led the public on 14 Aug to protest against the...

Not Just A Reform, But A Revolution: Thais Go Beyond Protesting The Government

THAILAND. Pathum Thani. After student-led protesters called for a monarchy reform by outlining 10 demands to co-exist with the democratic system and monarchy institution,...

Two Key Protesters Arrested, Released On Bail While 31 More Are Targeted

THAILAND. Bangkok. In a democratic country, citizens are free to express their dissents, but in a democratic country under a military-drafted constitution, things are...

Facebook To Face Legal Actions From Thai Digital Ministry Over Illegal Content

THAILAND. Bangkok. After Facebook failed to remove content that violated Thai laws, Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (MDES) Minister Puttipong Punnakanta threatened to...

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