Report “Human Rights One Year After the 2014 Coup: A Judicial Process in Camouflage Under the National Council for Peace and Order.”

4 June 2015, Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) launches a report, “Human Rights One Year After the 2014 Coup: A Judicial Process in Camouflage Under the National Council for Peace and Order.” The report highlights how during the past year, in addition to failing to be a ‘neutral party,’ the military has violated fundamental rights, including the right to freedom of expression. Criticism has been stifled, including complaints about difficult day-to-day living conditions and efforts to suppress any movement by the people to participate in issues that affect their lives have been increased. The military has interfered in the judicial process has from the stage of arrest to the prosecution in the Military Court. The only solution promoted by the military is for the people to undergo attitude adjustment in the hope of making them think like soldiers.

For those who interest can download the report at 20150604_TLHR Report- Human Rights One Year After the 2014 Coup

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