Thai protest leaders released on bail


Thai human rights lawyer Anon Numpa. - Reuters

BANGKOK (AFP): Two prominent Thai pro-democracy protest leaders were granted bail on Tuesday (June 1), weeks after contracting coronavirus in the kingdom's overcrowded prison system.

Activist Panupong "Mike" Jadnok and human rights lawyer Anon Numpa are both facing multiple charges under royal defamation laws.

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