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[ADN Publication] 2018 September 15th CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL DEMOCRACY DAY ”A Hope for Better Democracy in Asia”
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    2018 September 15th CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL DEMOCRACY DAY  "A Hope for Better Democracy in Asia" Seoul, Korea -  On this day 15 September 2018, the Asia Democracy Network welcomes the celebration of International Democracy day  extending appreciation and solidarity to all democracy advocates who stand  for democratic principles around the world. On this auspicious occasion it’s vital  to acknowledge regression as well as progress

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JOINT OPEN LETTER TO GENERAL PRAYUT CHAN-O-CHA: CONCERNS REGARDING THE ARREST AND PROSECUTION OF PEACEFUL PROTESTERS
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JOINT OPEN LETTER TO GENERAL PRAYUT CHAN-O-CHA: CONCERNS REGARDING THE ARREST AND PROSECUTION OF PEACEFUL PROTESTERS 5 June 2018 Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha Government House Pitsanulok Road, Dusit Bangkok 10300, Thailand   Re: Concerns regarding arrest and prosecution of peaceful protesters   Dear Prime Minister, We are writing to you with regards to the recent arrest and charging of pro-democracy activists for their participation

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[ADN Statement] International Day of Democracy: Asian leaders should redouble efforts in democratic governance to achieve 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
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For immediate release: 13 September 2016 International Day of Democracy: Asian leaders should redouble efforts in democratic governance to achieve 2030 Sustainable Development Goals   (Seoul, 15 September 2016) On this important occasion of the International Day of Democracy on September 15, Asia Democracy Network (ADN) calls on the peoples in Asia to remain steadfast in defending democracy in the region. ADN urges all Asian leaders to redouble

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[ADN Statement] Thailand’s Constitution Referendum Must be Free and Fair
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Thailand’s Constitution Referendum Must be Free and Fair   The Thai Junta has blocked all efforts to establish monitoring mechanisms for the nationwide constitutional referendum process. Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-ocha, the Head of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) that is responsible for the implementation of the referendum, has warned the people of Thailand that anyone monitoring support for the referendum will be arrested

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[Thai coup] TLHR Report on the First Anniversary of the Coup in Thailand
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Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) report on the post-coup human rights situation in Thailand Last year, on May 22, the military staged a coup that overthrew the elected government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. One year after the coup on 22 May 2014, the 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

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