Leaflets attacking junta dropped outside Army HQ

national August 16, 2014 01:00

By The Nation

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Leaflets attacking the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) were scattered outside the Royal Thai Army headquarters early yesterday.

NCPO spokesperson Colonel Sirichan Nga-thong described the notes as slanderous and unacceptable. She noted that the ruling junta had given citizens the opportunity to voice their problems via the 1111 hot line. People could also write open letters to the NCPO. 
The A4 handbills dropped outside the Army headquarters on Rajdamnoen Avenue carried different messages attacking the junta. 

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