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Gen Prayut affirms govt's commitment towards human rights policies

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TallGuyJohninBKK    6,085

So how about the continuing use of warrantless searches under

Article 44?

 

Or allowing private parties to bring criminal defamation cases in a legal system where truthfullness is not an absolute defense?

 

How does that fit with intl standards??

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TallGuyJohninBKK    6,085

And meanwhile in other news, David Duke pledged his continued commitment to building a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society where all peoples are equal...

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digger70    149
9 hours ago, webfact said:

The premier also stressed that human rights policies must be held to international standards and that the justice system must serve as a channel for equal access to protection under the law.

This won't happen any day soon.Still a few decades away for sure if not more.

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Lupatria    6,005

It's time to stop this Goebbelism. It reminds me on Don McLean's "Empty Chairs"

 

And I wonder if you know
That I never understood
That although you said you'd go
Until you did, I never thought you would

Never thought the words you said were true
Never thought you said just what you meant...

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wakeupplease    1,825

human rights policies must be held to international standards

 

Another load of brownstuff aimed at the outside world like the UN and other governments trying to get them to think that is what is happening here, when in fact political persecution is at  the top of his list.

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Cadbury    1,919

Plenty of things that Thai citizens can complain about to the UN Human Rights Commission. If they have the resolve to challenge the might of the military generals.

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Yann55    1,931

 

Ah. Human Rights. Good.

 

Why don't they start with the two Burmese guys who are currently rotting in jail (and awaiting capital punishment, no less) as scapegoats, after a totally botched investigation and a grossly inequitable trial, due in no marginal part to the fact that a certain Prime Minister stated, before the investigation even started, that 'no Thai person could do such a thing', and thereafter wholeheartedly supported the police 'findings', all along, even though the media outcry was deafening.

 

Oh, wait, I forgot, he hates the media unconditionally because they don't do and say what they're told to do and say, like good soldiers ... so whatever they claim, on whatever topic, can only be fake.

 

 

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Media1    59

This guy is the number 1 human rights violator. That uses rubbish laws such as defamation  that is actually also used by government agencies lol. A law used to protect corrupt government officials and the Lese law is a joke.

This article is not even laughable. A man that believes the Thai justice system is sound should immediately retire and seek medical examination 

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Media1    59
On 9/12/2017 at 9:43 AM, colinneil said:

Prayut is having on of his ting-tong moments.:cheesy:

Professional liar

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coulson    869

The same guy who likened uighers to animals is all about human rights now?

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