P-Move vows to camp near Govt House

Members of a land rights advocacy group have vowed to camp near Government House until Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha steps in to resolve over 160 land disputes between villagers and the state.The People’s Movement for a Just Society, or P-Move, on Monday petitioned the prime ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

P-Move returns home after signing MoU

P-Move demonstrators have agreed to return home after signing a memorandum of understanding with authorities to kick off a process of hearing and solving their land rights problems. Keep reading ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Land rights protesters dig in their heels

Amid close monitoring by security officers, land rights protesters continued to make their case in Bangkok but failed to reach agreements with all related official agencies to solve their problems.Keep reading ...

Pratch Rujivanarom

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