Junta files more charges against pro-election MBK 39
A network of Thai scholars has launched a fundraising campaign to seek two million baht to bail the 39 pro-election protesters. The junta has also filed another charge against them of violating the ban on political gatherings. On 6 February 2018, Nuttha Mahattana, one of the protesters, revealed that the group has to find over 2,000,000 baht as bail for the 39. Although 30 of them were not leaders of the activity, they each might have to find 60,000 baht as surety. The cost of bail increased after Col Burin Thongprapai, acting on behalf of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), filed an additional charge against the protesters of violating NCPO Head Order 3/2015, the junta’s ban on the political gatherings of five people or more. Previously, the police accused the 39 of joining a public assembly within 150 meters of a royal site, a...
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