Thai Military Orders Labor Union to Remove Pro-Election Stickers

Photo by Sriprai Nonsee, a leading member of the Rangsit and Area Labour Union Group [Prachatai English]

(Prachatai English)

BANGKOK – The Thai military forced labor unionists to remove pro-election stickers and placards at a monthly rally.

Around six military officers on Saturday morning inspected cars which belong to Rangsit and Area Labor Union members at the rally in Pathumthani province, north of Bangkok, and ordered the union members to removed the A4 stickers simply read ‘election’.

The stickers were attached on both side of 15 cars of the union members, who were on their way to participate in the monthly union rally and seminar. However, they had to remove the stickers before the rally started because pressured from the military.

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