Summoning of Isan student activists arouses resistance

June 9, 2015

Seven student activists in Thailand’s Northeast, Isan Region, refuse to showed up at a police station on Monday while activist groups from many regions of the nation marched out to show their moral support. On 8 June, seven student activists of Dao Din, a student activist group based in Khon Kaen University who were summoned by the police, refused to report themselves at the police station of the northeastern province of Khon Kaen. They hoped that their ‘civil resistance movement’ could inspire other activists and people to show solidarity against the military regime. People gathered at the Democracy Monument of Khon Kaen province on Monday to show moral support for the embattle student activists of Dao Din Group, summoned by the police. ?? The group were summoned because of their anti-coup activity on 22 May, which led to their arrest and detention

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