Protests persist in Thailand for reforms in the country’s politics. Some of the anti-monarchy protesters who were arrested have been denied bail. This article by Caleb Quinley is published by AlJazeera. Here is an excerpt:
At least 10 pro-democracy activists have been arrested in Thailand as anti-government rallies resume a year after taboo-busting protests that challenged the country’s all-powerful monarchy.
Prominent protest leader and human rights lawyer Anon Nampa was one of the first to turn himself in on Monday afternoon.
According to Thai Lawyers for Human Rights, police came to his office to pressure him into giving himself up on allegations he had again broken defamation laws surrounding the monarchy. Within hours, a number of other activists were arrested.
Here is a link to the full article.