Connect with us

Regional News

Thailand Issues Arrest Warrants Against Four Pro-Democracy Activists

Published

on

Activists gathered at the Pathumwan intersection skywalk on Jan 27 to protest against the 90-day postponement of next election.- Photo AFP

BANGKOK – A Thai court issued arrest warrants for four pro-democracy activists on Friday for staging a public protest amid growing pressure on the junta to hold elections as promised, police said.

Rangsiman Rome, Sirawich Seritiwat, Ekachai Hongkangwan and Anond Nampa were charged with illegal assembly along with 35 other activists who staged a demonstration last month in central Bangkok to protest a delay to a general election scheduled to take place in November.

The 35 reported to police in Bangkok on Thursday and were later released the same day. The other four did not report to police. They face additional charges of breaking a junta order that bans public gatherings and with inciting unrest.

Kritsadang Nutcharus, a lawyer for the group, told Reuters he had been notified about the warrants and that the four men were ready to go to the police early next week.

 

By Panarat Thepgumpanat Panu Wongcha-um – Reuters


For mroe Details, Please Visit this Website: www.kolkataff.today


Trending Articles

Interesting For You

Find Your Dream Home

Beat the Odds

Volunteering at Soi Dog

Ads Block Detector Powered by codehelppro.com
Ads Blocker Detected!!!

We have detected that you are using extensions to block ads. Please support us by disabling these ads blocker.