The Ratsadon Movement has three demands.
Regarding the call of “Prayut, get out,” Thailand’s traditional establishment has answered loud and clear through the Constitutional Court, “No, we’re keeping him.
Monarchy reform isn’t likely to happen anytime soon either. Even though protestors have succeeded in normalizing the monarchy’s conversation, the police have summoned key activists over lese majeste charges.
In this episode of Thisrupt Talk, we discuss the meaning of the Constitutional Court’s verdict and why there must be a focus on the demand most likely to be realized, the constitution amendments. Namely, hitting delete on the power of the 250 junta-appointed senators.