A woman in the northeastern Thai province of Udon Thani wrote on her Facebook page yesterday (Nov 5, 2018) about a group of soldiers who came to her home and asked how she had obtained a 2019 calendar bearing a photo of former prime ministers Thaksin and Yingluck Shinawatra, the Thai-language daily Matichon reported.
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“I asked them if it is illegal to hang the calendar in my home,” she wrote. “Unable to answer my question, they left without saying anything.”
Human rights lawyer Anond Nampa wrote on his Facebook page that the soldiers probably left because they could not press any legal charges against the woman.