THAI COUP UPDATE

Statement of International Solidarity Group for Thai Democracy and Human Rights

On the 100th Day of the Thai Military Coup d’etat                       Statement of International Solidarity Group for Thai Democracy and Human Rights Since the military seized power from the interim government on 22 May 2014 and established the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), the international community is gravely concerned by the severe backlash of human rights and democracy in Thailand. The International Solidarity

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AHRC Exclusive Website on Documenting the Thai Military Coup 2014

  Click on the image above and it will redirect you to the site. Or reference: http://www.humanrights.asia/countries/thailand/thaicoups/2014   THAILAND: AHRC condemns coup with launch of new webpage (Hong Kong, June 3, 2014) The Asian Human Rights Commission on Tuesday launched a new webpage in response to the military coup in Thailand of May 22. The webpage contains links to the Hong Kong-based regional human rights organisation’s commentary

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[Korean CSO] We Condemn the Thailand Coup that Threatens Democracy and Human Rights under the Title of ‘Peace Restoration’

                    We Condemn the Thailand Coup that Threatens Democracy and Human Rights under the Title of ‘Peace Restoration’ Two days after the announcement that martial law had been put in force was made on May 20th, a military junta, named the National Order Maintenance Council (NOMC), led a coup and subsequently installed itself as the government of Thailand. Over the course of the six months of anti-government protests,

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[Nepal CSO] Letter of Appeal against Thai Military Coup

Nepal CSO - The civil society organizations in Nepal have come in solidarity to write a letter of appeal condemning the Thai military coup and demand to uphold basic human rights standards. 28 May 28, 2014 Leader of National Peace and Order Council Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha Royal Thai Army Headquarters Rachadamnoen Nok Road, Bangkok 10200, Thailand Fax:  (+66-2) 226 1838 E-mail: prforeign@gmail.com   Dear General, We, the members of civil society

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[SEAPA] Statement:Alert and Statement on the Thai Coup

  [Thailand] SEAPA Alert and Statement on the Coup Bangkok, 26 May – SEAPA is deeply distressed over the outright suppression of freedom of expression and press freedom in Thailand following the declaration of a military seizure of power on May 22, two days after martial law was declared on May 20. The initial declaration was aimed at stemming the increasing likelihood of violence and ending the seven-month political crisis in Thailand. The military coup

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[ANFREL] Statement: ANFREL Expresses its Condemnation of Thai Military’s Coup D’état & ongoing Military Rule

ANFREL Expresses its Condemnation of Thai Military’s Coup D’état & ongoing Military Rule May 26th, 2014 BANGKOK, 26 May 2014 – The Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL) Foundation today expressed its condemnation of the Thai military’s May 22nd coup and the subsequent collapse of democratic rights that has followed. Thursday’s military takeover is a grave violation of the fundamental rights of all Thais, no matter their affiliation,

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[FORUM-ASIA] Statement: Thailand: Human Rights Situation Rapidly Deteriorating as Political Impasse Continues

FORUM-ASIA Statement: 27 May 2014 Thailand: Human Rights Situation Rapidly Deteriorating as Political Impasse Continues The Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA), a regional human rights group with 47 member organisation across 16 countries in Asia, registers its deep concern at the rapidly deteriorating human rights situation in Thailand following the imposition of martial law since 20 May 2014 and subsequently a military coup

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[Thailand] Statement ADN Condemns Coup D’etat by Thai Military

  ADN/S6/2014/MAY 23 May 2014   ADN Condemns Coup D’état by Thai Military                  The Asia Democracy Network (ADN) condemns the declaration of a coup d'etat in the name of restoring peace and stability in Thailand. The military has detained key political leaders and have taken control of the press. The complete army takeover of civil administration compromises checks and balances eliminating safeguards to rights violations. This

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