Workers facing greater repression by Thailand military

As reported previously, there has been no let up by the military junta in Thailand against labour and human rights activists. A prominent human rights activist, Sirawit Serithiwat, was lucky to survive an abduction by government security forces. In a separate case, an ethnic minority activist, Maitree Charoensuepkun, from the Lahu community was recently charged for insulting the military. Workers and labour activists are also increasingly feeling the pressure, with labour activists being tried for defamation or being followed and harassed by the military.
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