Thai junta puts TV channel on black

Thai junta puts TV channel on black

World July 4, 2016 14:09

bangkok - The military government of Thailand on Monday provisionally put on black. The commission for the media accused the station, which still supports the leaders of the coup in 2014, of sedition and spreading falsehoods.

That happened including by critics to have their say on the controversial new constitution. That is expressly forbidden. Since the coup by the army must meet the Thai media to strict rules. Human rights activists blame the persbreidel in the country.

Thailand agrees on August 7 about the constitution. Opponents denounced the restriction of democracy in it, partly because the junta would appoint the members of the second chamber of parliament. The generals have on acceptance of the constitution elections envisaged. Which are at the earliest next year.
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