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NCPO chips away at right to privacy

10 May 2016 at 04:30

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Patnaree Chankij, mother of anti-coup Resistant Citizen Group leader Sirawith 'Ja New' Seritiwat is hauled off to remand prison on lese majeste charges many consider dubious. (File photo)

What is the use of a constitution, provisional or permanent, if it can't protect our mothers?Did we know that Section 4 of the provisional charter, enacted on July 22, 2014, extends its protection to human dignity, rights, freedom and equality, all of which Thais enjoyed under the tradition of the constitutional monarchy and existing international treaties?

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