Thailand’s Internal Security Bill – sweeping powers for the military with little accountability

Thailand's Internal Security Bill - sweeping powers for the military with little accountability - Amnesty International, August 10, 2007
Amnesty International is concerned that the "Draft Act on the Maintenance of National Security in the Kingdom" (Draft Act), currently under review by Thailand's Council of State (the government's legal advisory body), would, if passed into law, violate international human rights standards and further jeopardise human rights in Thailand...
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