The European Commission's foreign policy arm, the European External Action Service (EEAS) has called upon Thailand's military junta to respect basic freedom rights and restore democracy, as Thailand prepares to draft a new constitution.
The EU joins human rights activists
In a statement released on 24 September, the European Union Delegation to Thailand said the government should allow critics to express their views to achieve true reform and reconciliation.
At a time when the drafting...
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