Thailand: Don’t Block Accountability for Political Violence

Thailand: Don’t Block Accountability for Political Violence – hrw.org, March 30, 2012
…In the name of “reconciliation” there were no independent investigations into the crackdowns on students and pro-democracy protesters in 1973 and 1976, which led to the deaths of over 100 people. The complete findings of a government inquiry into the bloody 1992 repression of protesters calling for an end to military rule have never been released. In each of these cases, in the name of “reconciliation,” amnesty was given to those responsible for the violence…

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