Thai court to rule on election winner Move Forward’s bid to change royal insults law

In a country where reverence for the monarch has for decades been promoted as central to national identity, the law is seen by many royalists as sacrosanct.

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In a country where reverence for the monarch has for decades been promoted as central to national identity, the law is seen by many royalists as sacrosanct. PHOTO: UNSPLASH

January 31, 2024

In a country where reverence for the monarch has for decades been promoted as central to national identity, the law is seen by many royalists as sacrosanct.

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