The 39 pro-election protesters have reported to the police to hear the charges against them. The courts released them without bail. On 8 February 2018, 34 out of the 39 pro-election protesters known as the MBK 39 reported to Pathumwan Police Station to hear the charges against them. The junta accused the group of joining a public assembly on 27 January within 150 meters of a royal site, in violation of Article 7 of the 2015 Public Assembly Act. They were also charged with breaching the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) Order 3/2015, the ban on political gatherings of five people or more. Four individuals postponed reporting and did not show up at the police station today. They are the human rights lawyer Anon Nampa and three anti-junta activists: Sirawit Seritiwat, Rangsiman Rome and Eakkachai Hongkangwan. Khaosod journalist Noppakow Kongsuwan had already reported separately...
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