[JURIST] Human Rights Watch (HRW) [advocacy website] on Monday urged [press release] the Thai government and parliament to reject a proposed blanket amnesty law that would prevent all prosecutions of people involved in political unrest, including protest leaders, military personnel and other authorities responsible for crackdowns on protesters. The proposed law expands a prior version of the draft law [JURIST report], which only provided full amnesty to those charged with political offenses during the country's 2006 military coup. HRW's Asia...

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