Thai coup anniversary: Protests expected against military

Growing frustration with military rule is expected to lead to street protests, in spite of strict laws imposed by the government.

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    In Thailand, protesters against the military government are risking their freedom by calling for change.

    They are being charged with sedition for their activities.

    On Tuesday, which will mark four years since the military takeover, protesters are expected to march on Government House to demand that the army hand power back to a civilian administration.

     

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Bangkok.


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