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In a dramatic showdown, Thalu Wang activists gathered outside Government House in Bangkok demanding judicial reforms following the tragic death of Netiporn Sanesangkhom. The activist’s untimely demise, attributed to medical negligence while in pretrial detention, has ignited a fervent call for change. Fewer than 20 activists converged at the Chamai Maru Chet bridge entrance, shortly … …

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Looks like there are more cops that protesters.  And at "fewer than 20" protesters, it would seem that her passing doesn't engender the public sentiment they had hoped.

Until the government, and the judiciary, are on the receiving end of significant influence, the current issues surrounding the reasons for her jailing, without bail, are not going to change.

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7 hours ago, MrStretch said:

Looks like there are more cops that protesters.  And at "fewer than 20" protesters, it would seem that her passing doesn't engender the public sentiment they had hoped.

Until the government, and the judiciary, are on the receiving end of significant influence, the current issues surrounding the reasons for her jailing, without bail, are not going to change.

It’s a global story. Was reported in the New York Times. Not the sort of press those running the show would desire. Particularly given the timing, with their play for a seat on UNHRC looming.

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