A strange and disturbing story that comes straight from ThailandViolent pro-democracy protests erupted by a movement of young activists. The point is, the girl you see in the picture, 22, Jatophone SeongJamal, who took part in a fake fashion show in a Bangkok neighborhood, now faces 15 years in prison.
Reason? She was accused of treason because of the pink shirt she’s wearing: the style is actually very reminiscent of Queen SuthidaThe king’s wife. Unbelievable, but incredibly real. The march calledpeople lane‘, it was supposed to be a kind of parody of the show organized on the same evening by the Princess, the King’s daughter. Sirivannavari Nariratana: One of the many mobilizations in the second half of 2020, the moment young Thais began to impose an end to the powers of the monarchy.
Gatovon faces up to 15 years in prison Established under Article 112 of the Local Penal Code, an article that stipulates a sentence of 3 to 15 years for anyone who “defamates, insults, or threatens the king, queen, heir to the throne, or regent.” It goes without saying that the cancellation of the infamous article is one of the main demands of the protest movement that mobilizes most young people from all over Thailand.
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