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Corruption, Lèse Majesté and the Thai Junta
Rangsiman is a pro democracy activist in Thailand who engages ...
The Thai junta is using the lèse majesté law to conceal their own corrupt acts. Since the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) fomented a coup and seized power on 22 May 2014, there has been an increasingly draconian constriction of freedom of expression and civil and political rights.
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