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A Political Activist Sentenced to Two Years in Prison After Defaming the Monarchy in Thailand

Published On 07 Mar 2022 09:10 AM


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On Friday, a political activist was sentenced to 2 years in prison by a court in Thailand, as he violated a law that set punishment for those who defamed the monarchy, in this case by putting a sticker on a portrait of the king of the country.

Ever since the prosecutions were revived under the law by the government in November 2020, the first case to be opened, out of the many cases, was the conviction for lese majeste. Since the ope....


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