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Thailand is currently using an interim constitution drafted last year which gives sweeping unchecked powers to the junta led by former army commander Prayuth Chan-ocha.
The July 15 coup was carried out by the Junta with the help of EOKA B, but to pull it off it had to find favourable conditions in Cyprus.
This issue reflected primarily on the ruling class' movement toward saving their regime, or the 1952 regime itself, which at that moment was threatened with collapse due to the tendencies and practices of the ruling junta.
said Pavin Chachavalpongpun, a Thai professor of Southeast Asian studies at Japan's Kyoto University whose passport was revoked after criticizing the coup and refusing to respond to a junta summons ordering home.
BANGKOK -- In a chilling move apparently aimed at neutralizing critics and potential opposition, Thailand's new army junta ordered dozens of outspoken activists, academics and journalists to surrender themselves to military authorities.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Last Wednesday's crackdown, when hundreds of supporters of deposed Egyptian leader Mohammed Morsi were killed, was a turning point for both the junta regime in Egypt and the civilian resistance against the coup.
Sources close to the military said military-appointed members of both houses of parliament have together nominated only one person, Tin Aung Myint Oo, who is currently secretary of the junta and a USDP parliamentarian in the lower house.
BURMA'S junta has carried out a major military reshuffle that retired more than a dozen senior leaders in an apparent move to prepare for November national elections.
Summary: Without addressing the root cause of the problems, the Burmese military junta is intensifying attacks against its own citizens.
Alicia Beatriz Cillo ha sido nombrada como Miembro interina de la Junta de la CIM.
A SENIOR UN envoy headed for Burma yesterday to plead with its military junta to accept more international aid for cyclone survivors, amid mounting fears of starvation, especially among children.
THE junta in Burma are treating their own people with less dignity than animals.