More than 20 lese majeste suspects have been told to report themselves to the military junta on Monday or face being tried in military courts for failing to show instead of the Criminal Court.
Army deputy spokesman Col Winthai Suvaree suggested suspects comply with the National Council for Peace and Order's (NCPO) summons.
Those who refuse to show up would be considered to be defying the NPCO's orders. Their cases would be prosecuted in military courts instead of the Criminal Court, he said.
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