Isan activists groups summoned for collaborating with anti-junta student activists

June 15, 2015

The Thai military summoned four leaders of an activist group in Isan, Thailand’s Northeast, for joining the blessing ceremony for an anti-junta student activist, who staged an activity to commemorate the 2014 coup d’état last month. ? At 10.30 am on Friday, the military officers the northeastern province of Kalasin summoned four activists from Anurak Baan Na Moon-Doon Sat group, a local environmental protection for a talk. The talk was held at Dumrong Dham Center, a state-ran office to accept complaints and petitions, in Kalasin City Hall, where 10 police, military, and local administrative officers held a dialogue with the group. Activists from? Anurak Baan Na Moon-Doon Sat ?of Kalasin Province met with military officers and other state officials on 12 June 2015 ? At the talk, the officers warned the group not the associate with Dao Din, a student activist group based in Khon Kaen University in Isan who were summoned by the police for commemorating the coup d’état. The authorities told the group that Dao Din is an illegal anti-coup activist group

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