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  On May 17, 2016, the military’s Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) Region 4, which is responsible for national security operations in the southern border, filed a criminal complaint in Yala against human rights defenders (HRDs); Pornpen Khongkachnkiet (Director of Cross-Cultural...
By Jayshendra Karunakaren     After a military coup in 1964, junta issued laws to repress civil and political rights. The Brazilian military court tried civilians, especially dissenters and critics of the regime. It consisted of both military and civilian actors. Civil society groups...
By Jayshendra Karunakaren     The military coup against the elected Salvador Allende’s Popular Unity government in 1973 occurred due to the government’s radical political reform efforts in reforming the legislature and in nationalising major industries. The military tribunals...
  The three types of Courts-Martial are still enforcing on cases against military personnel including Chelsea Manning and widely debated Bergdahl. While after 9-11, the US Congress authorized military commission to try, without due process, suspects of terrorism including the cases occurred...
28 were denied bail, 18 were granted, 11 still seeking for their right   Jatupat Boonpatararaksa, or “Pai Dao Din”, a law student of Khon Kaen University, is the latest alleged offender charged with lese majeste under Article 112. He is currently struggle to obtain his right to bail during an...