8 organisers of We Walk accused of violating junta’s public assembly ban
The Pathumthani police has filed charge against eight organisers of the civil rights march from Bangkok to Khon Kaen for violating the junta’s ban on public assembly On 31 January 20198, eight organisers of We Walk, A Walk for Friendship reported to Khlong Luang Police Station, Pathumthani Province, to hear accusation against them. A soldier, who acted on behalf of the junta, filed charges against the eight for violating the Head of National Peace and Council Order (NCPO) Order 3/2015, the junta’s ban on public gathering of five people or more. The persecuted organisers are Lertsak Kumkongsak, a community rights activist; Nimit Tieudom and Somchai Grajanseang from Aids Access Foundation; Nutchanart Thanthong Jumnong Nupian, from Four Regions Slum Network; Sangsiri Teemanka, a leader of People's Network for Welfare; Ubon Yuwa from the Sustainable Agriculture Foundation; and Anuson Aunno, dean of Sociology and Anthropology Faculty of Thammasat University. They...
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