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PHNOM PENH, June 9 (Xinhua) – A senior Interior Ministry official denied the arrest or enforcement of a law on Thai red shirt activists. No one is named as Wanchalearm Satsaksit and Cambodian authorities are investigating this information in connection with the disappearance. The Thai himself.
Lieutenant General Chhay Kim Khorn, deputy commissioner of the National Police and spokesman of the national police, said that Cambodian authorities have denied arresting ethnic nationalities. The Thai name is Vann Chalermakteth, because Cambodian authorities have not applied the law to this person. In particular, videos from the security camera involving the person will be investigated.
Wanchalearm Satsaksit, 37, an activist and political affiliate with the Red Shirts, has fled. Cambodia, following a military coup in Thailand in May 2014, and continuing political activities while in exile, often criticizing the government. Thai on social media. Arrested by Thai authorities in June 2018 for violating Thailand's technology crime law.
The Thai newspaper said that Van Chalom Sithit had been arrested at around 5 pm on Thursday, June 4, 2020. A black car in front of a condo where the activist has been living for many years in Phnom Penh's Chroy Changva district.
Also on Monday morning, an official at the Thai embassy in Cambodia said they had no information about the disappearance Thai activists have criticized the Thai government.
Koy Kuong, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, said on the evening of June 8 that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cambodia had received the deadline. Diplomats from the Thai Embassy in Cambodia on June 8 questioned the arrest of Mr. Van Chal Sathith. The Thai ambassador also questioned whether the information circulated about the arrest was true or not. And ask the Cambodian authorities to verify the information that Thais have been arrested.
According to Koy Kuong, regarding the protest in front of the Cambodian embassy in Thailand, protesters took the petition to the embassy for Require investigation as to where the person was arrested The protesters claimed that they knew through various media outlets that the arrest of Mr. Van Chal Setheth had been arrested.
The family of Thai activist Van Chalerm has called on the Thai government and institutions. International help find missing Thai activist in Cambodia
The Bangkok Post on Monday also reported that a group of Thai supporters of the activist had protested in front of the Cambodian embassy in Phnom Penh. Also in Bangkok, there were flyers with messages that were helpful to activist Van Charlem. They also urged Cambodian authorities to help find the missing activist.