Thailand’s Ratsamoms campaign for the release of youth protesters jailed for defaming royalsSouth China Morning Post

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Outside a remand prison in a run-down Bangkok suburb, five women stand by cardboard cut-outs of their incarcerated children. A bedsheet tied to the gates bears the message: “Give us our children back.”This is the closest they can get to the young pro-democracy activists, who have been held for months without bail on allegations of insulting Thailand’s monarchy.The “Ratsamoms” – a derivative of the “Ratsadon” people’s movement – have for weeks gathered outside courts and jails, standing in…Read MoreSouth China Morning Post

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