2014 coup in Thailand
Thai protests As Thailand continues repression, protesters stand guard against coup

Five Thai human rights activists presented themselves before the police on Monday. Meanwhile, over the previous days, protesters held “coup prevention” actions and marched to the barracks of a regiment commanded by the king

Thai protesters Several injured in police action against pro-democracy protesters in Thailand

Protesters in Thailand are demanding a curb on the monarchy’s power. The government led by prime minister Prayush Cha-ocha has resorted to repression of the protesters and arrested several leaders

The Thai uprising against the military-monarchical complex

Thai intellectual and writer Giles Ungpakorn talks to Vijay Prashad on the massive protests that are currently on in Thailand demanding reform of the monarchy and restoration of democracy

Protesting Thai students call for prime minister’s resignation and reforms to monarchy

Thousands of students participated in anti-government demonstrations at the Thammasat University near Bangkok on Tuesday. Students have been protesting for the past few days demanding reforms

Wound, Disability and Crackdown on Protest in Thailand Wound, disability and crackdown on protest in Thailand

Some of the dead became heroes and some were treated like criminals, while those who did not die have to live with their wounds and disabilities.

Run against democracy,Thailand Thousands join the ‘Run against Dictatorship’ in Thailand

Bangkok’s Wachirabenchathat (Roi Fai) park reverberated with ‘Prayuth, get out!’ and ‘long live democracy’ slogans as participants of the run demanded the restoration of democracy in Thailand and an end to the rule of former military general, Prayuth Chan-ocha

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