President of the Chinese Culture and Arts Association comments on electoral system amendments: Improve Hong Kong’s Ability to “Govern Itself”

HONG KONG, March 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — China’s top legislature endorsed on Thursday a decision on improving the electoral system of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, which marks another major step to improve the region’s legal and political systems, said Lv Jian-she, President of the Hong Kong-based Chinese Culture and Arts Association. The […]

Labour Minister Visits Rights Review Coordination Center for Section 33 We Love Each Other Project and Mobile Coordination Center in Pathum Thani and Commences Review Process Starting Today Until March 28

 Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin led a team to Pathum Thani to visit the Rights Review Coordination Center’s services for the Section 33 We Love Each Other project at the Social Security Office in the Mobile Coordination Center at Demco PCL, Pathum Thani. On March 15, 2021, Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin chaired the visit to observe […]

Southeast Asian Politicians: ASEAN Must Sanction Myanmar if Military Doesn’t Budge

Six prominent Southeast Asian politicians on Wednesday urged the region’s nations to impose sanctions on Myanmar if the military government there doesn’t free political prisoners, restore the elected government it toppled in a coup last month, and prosecute those responsible for killing civilian protesters. In a strongly worded statement, the politicians criticized the “impotence”  of the […]

Lawyer loses hope of bailing out remanded Ratsadon core leaders

Human rights lawyer Krisdang Nutcharas admitted today (Wednesday) that he had lost hope for getting bail for the detained Ratsadon core leaders after the Criminal Court, again, turned down his bail request yesterday on the ground that denying bai will not endanger their lives. However, he said he would ask the court for the protection […]